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THE ETON REGISTER 

Part II. 

1853-1859 



THE 

ETON REGISTER 



Part H. 



1853-1859 



COMPILED FOR THE 



OLD ETONIAN ASSOCIATION 



PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE MEMBERS 
BY 

SPOTTISWOODE & CO., LTD., ETON 
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Sept. 11,1019 



LIST OF 

"^xobosts, ^dhm, llk^tra, ^B^istant Pastes, ^l 



FEOM 1850 TO 1860. 



PKOVOSTS. 

Eev. Francis Hodgson, B.D. 

Eev. Edward Craven Hawtrey, D.D. 



18402-528 
18531-613 



VICE-PROVOSTS. 

Eev. John Septimus Qrover, M.A. .... 1833-e503 

Eev. George Bethell, M.A 18511-563 

Eev. Thomas Carter, M.A 18571-682 



Eev. George Bethell, M.A. 

Eev. John Francis Plamptree, M.A. 

Eev. Thomas Carter, M.A. 

Eev. George Eowney Green, M.A. 

Eev. George John Dupuis, M.A. 

Eev. John Wilder, M.A. . 



FELLOWS 

1818-503 
1822-641 
1829-563 
1833-601 

1838-682 
18402-843 



Eev. John Septimus Grover, M.A. . 
Eev. Charles Luxmoore, M.A. . 
Eev. Edward Coleridge, M.A. . 
Ven. Archdeacon Edward Balston, 
D.D 



CONDUCTS. 



Eev. Charles Kegan Paul, B.A. . 
Eev. Thomas Henry Eoper, M.A. 



18553-613 
18553-632 



Eev. Henry Samuel Eyre, M.A. 



John Greatheed Harris 



STEWARDS OF THE COURTS. 

1833-502 I Thomas Batcheldor 



Eev. Edward Craven Hawtrey, D.D. 



HEAD MASTERS. 

1834-523 I Bey, Charles Old Goodford, D.D. 

LOWER MASTERS. 



Eev. Eichard Okes, D.D. . 
Eev. Edward Coleridge, M.A. 



18383-502 
18503-563 



Eev. William Adolphus Carter, M.A. 



18511-532 
18541-621 

18571-823 

18602-912 



18553-631 

18503-661 
18531-613 
18572-641 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. 

With Initials by which referred to in Lists, 



Eev. Edward Coleridge, 

M.A 1825-502 E.C. 

Eev. Charles Luxmoore, 

M.A 3829-533 C.L. 

Eev. William Gifford 

Cookesley, M.A. . . 1830-543 W.G.C. 



1830-521 



Eev. Edward * Hayes 
Pickering, M.A. . 

Eev. Harry Dupuis, 
B.D 1835-521 

Eev. Charles Old Good- 
ford, M.A. . . . 1835-523 



E.H.P. 

H.D. 

C.O.G. 



LIST OF PEOVOSTS, FELLOWS, MASTERS, ASSISTANT MASTERS, &c. 



Rev. William Laurence 

Eliot, M.A. 
Rev. Stephen Thomas 

Hawtrey, M.A., Math, 
Rev. Charles John Abra- 
ham, M.A. . 
Rev. William Adolphus 

Carter, M.A. 
Rev. Francis Edward 

Durnford, M.A. . 
Rev. Edward Balston, 

M.A 

Rev. John Eyre Yonge, 

M.A. . . . . 
Rev. John William 

Hawtrey, M.A. . 
Rev. George Frewer, 

M.A., Math. 
Henry Mildred Birch, 

M.A 

William Johnson (aft. 

Cory), M.A. 
Rev. James Leigh Joynes, 

M.A 

Francis John Ottley, 

M.A., Math, 
Rev. Wharton Booth 

Marriott, B.C.L. 



1836-621 W.L.E. 

1836-722 S.T.H. 

1839-493 C.J .A. 

1839-^71 W.A.C. 

1839-641 F.E.D. 

18402-601 E.B. 

18403-752 J.E.Y. 

1842-692 J.W.H. 

18441-733 a.F. 

18441-491 H.M.B. 

18453-721 W.J. 

I849I-773 J.L.J. 

18492-681 F.J.O. 

18501-602 W.B.M. 



Rev. Charles WoUey 

(aft. Wolley-Dod),M.A. 18501-783 C.W. 
Charles Chepmell, B.A., 

Math 

Rev. Edward Hale, M.A., 

F.a.S., Sdmce , 
Rev. RusseU Day, M.A. . 
Alfred Buckeridge, B.A., 

Math, 
George Templeman 

Kingston, M.A., Math, 
Rev. John Grainger, 

M.A., Math. 



18501-503 C.C. 

18501-941 E.H. 
18511-742 R.D. 



W. Evans 
H. Angelo 
Mr. Venua . 
Mr. Tarver . 
Mr. Schonerstedt 

Signor Sinibaldi 
Samuel Evans 

Tarver 



18511-513 A.B. 
18513-523 G.T.K. 
18513-602 J.G. 

EXTBA MASTERS. 

F. Tarver, B.A 



Richard Maltby, M.A., 

Math, 
Rev. Augustus Frederick 

Birch, M.A. 
Rev. William Lane 

Hardisty, M.A. . 
Rev. William W«ayte, 

M.A. .... 
Frederick WillL'im Crump, 

M.A., Math, 
Rev. Charles Caldecott 

James, M.A. 
Charles Tickell Procter, 

M.A 

Rev. Charles Kegan Paul, 

B.A 

Ottiwell Charles Water- 
field, M.A. . 
Rev. Edward Daniel 

Stone, M.A. 
Rev. Herbert Snow (aft. 

Kynaston), M.A. 
Rev. Francis St. John 

Thackeray, M.A. 
Rev. George Richard 

Dupuis, M.A. 
Robert Hudson, B.A., 

Math 

Rev. Edmond Warre, 

M.A 

Oscar Browning, M.A. . 
Henry Brandreth, M.A., 

Math 

William Watkins, B.A., 

Math 

Simeon Wilberforce 

O'Neile, B.A. . 
John Thomas Walford, 

M.A. . . . . 
Francis Warre Cornish, 

M.A 



18521-582 R.M. 

18522-642 .A.F.B. 

18523-763 W.L.H. 

18531-753 W.W. 

18531-611 F.W.C. 

18551-841 C.C.J. 

18553-581 C.T.P. 

18553-621 C.K.P. 

18563-582 O.C.W. 

18572-842 E.D.S. 

18582-733 H.S. 

18583-832 F.St.J.T. 

18583-751 G.R.D, 

18583-602 R.H. 

18602-841 E.W. 

I86O2-753 O.B. 

18603-642 H.B. 

18603-612 W.Wa. 

18603-632 S.W.O'N. 

18611-653 J.T.W. 

I86II-931 F.W.C. 



and 



Drawing 

Fencing 

Dancing 

French 

German 

Hebrew 
Italian 
Assist, Dratving 

Master 
French 



I8232-533 
18232-643 
18242-643 
18262-511 

18362-641 
18483-552 

I8492-533 
18512-843 



Assist, French 
Master , 18531-543 

Samuel Evans, 

A.R.W.S. . . Drawing . 18541-19032 
Burckhardt Barker Oriental 

Languages 1 854 1-55* 
Signor E. Fusco . Italian , , 18553-612 
Major Griffiths, 

R.F.P., R.A. . Military 

Instructor 18561-612 



LIST OF PEOVOSTS, FELLOWS, MASTEES, ASSISTANT MASTEES, Ac. 



Mrs. de E. = Mrs. de Eosen 


Mrs. H. 


= Mrs. Horsford 


T.H.S. 


= T. H. Stever 


Mrs. D. = Mrs. Drury 


E.r.H. 


= Eev. E. F. Holt 


Mrs. Vav. 


= Mrs. Vavasoi 


Miss E. = Miss Edgar 


•Miss M. 


= Miss Middleton 


Mrs. V. 


= Mrs. Voysey 


Miss Edw. = Miss Edwards 


Mrs. P. 


= Mrs. Parker 


F.V. 


= Eev. F. Vida 


W.E. = W. Evans 


Mrs. Eo. 


=z Mrs. Eoberts 






Miss G. = Miss Gulliver 




(nee Slingsby) 




• 



K.S.ZZ King's Scholar. 



NEWCASTLE SCHOLAES AND SELECT 1851-1860. 



1851. 

Ea^amine9*8, — Goldwin Smith 
Eev. C. B. Scott 

F. B. M. Montgomerie 
H. J. Eeynolds, K.S. 

f W. 0. Green, K.S. 
\ E. D. Stone, K.S. 
[ F. St. J. Thackeray, K.S. 
f J. O. Bent, K.S. 

A. J. Coleridge, K.S. 

J. J. G. Evered, K.S. 

H. W. Harper, K.S. 

H. Mood, K.S. 

J. T. Walford, K.S. 

G. H. Wayte, K.S. 
E. E. Welby 
W. J. Wilberforce, K.S. 

IW. M. Wollaston, K.S. 



1852. 

Examiners. — Eev. E. Shilleto 

Eev. J. J. Hornby 

E. D. Stone, K.S. 

J. T. Walford, K.S. 
f F. St. J. Thackeray, K.S. 
[ W. J. Wilberforce, K.S. 
{ A, Lambert, K.S. 
J A. C. Lyall, K.S. 
i G. H. D. Mathias, K.S. 
I F. Whitting, K.S. 
fj. J. G. Evered, K.S. 
I H. W. Harper, K.S. 

W. H. Lambert 



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C. H. MariUier, K.S. 



I H. C. Marindin 
I^F. Warre 



1853. 

Examiners, — Professor Creasy 

Eev. H. A. Holden 
F. Whitting, K.S. 
W. J. Scott 
"J. S. Dugdale 
A. Lambert, K.S. 
H. C. Marindin 
A. H. A. Morton, K.S. 
H. Snow 
C. G. Tottenham 
J. H. Warner 
J. E. Yorke 

1854. 

Examiners — Eev. J. G. Lonsdale 
Eev. J. F. Isaacson 
E. Warre 
J. H. Warner 
W. E. Churton, K.S. 
J. C. Coldham, K.S. 
A. H. A. Morton, K.S. 
J. E. Pryor 
J. G. Witt, K.S. 

E. E. Wodehouse 
I; J. E. Yorke 

1855. 
Examiners, — Eev. E. Williams 
A. Hobhouse 
J. H. Warner 

F. C. Hodgson, K.S. 
Sir G. Young 

/ C. W. Chute 

t T. F. Kirby 
J. G. Witt, K.S. 
F. T. E. Prothero 
W. E. Churton, K.S. 



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rO. Browning, K.S. 
G. M. Buckle, K.S. 
Hon.A.E.W.M.Her 
E. H. C. Herbert 
Sir M. E. Hicks-Beac 
E. T. D. Jones 



1856. 
Examiners, — Lord Carnarvor 
Eev. W. G. aa 
F. C. Hodgson, K.S. 
F. T. E. Prothero 
J. E. Mozley, K.S. 
E. K. Wilson, K.S. 
J. H. Nelson, K.S. 
Sir G. Young 

E. C. Austen Leigh, ] 

F. A. Bosanquet, K.S 
O. Browning, K.S. 

<; W. E. Churton, K.S. 
H. N. Mozley, K.S. 
W. H. Stone, K.S. 

i J. G. Witt, K.S. 

I 

! 1857. 

! Examiners, — Eev. H. De Wir 
J. W. Chitty 
F. W. Cornish, K.S. 
W. H. Stone, K.S. 
f E. C. Austen Leigh, ] 
I J. B. Dyne, K.S. 
<^ H. N. Mozley, K.S. 
I J. E. Mozley, K.S. 
^ E. K. Wilson, K.S. 
fC, C. Puller 
; C. F. Eoutledge, K.S. 
^i J. A. WiDis, K.S. 
^W. K. Wilson, K.S. 



vlii LIST OF PEOVOSTS, FELLOWS, MASTEES, ASSISTANT MASTEES, &c. 



1858. 

Examiners, — 

Yen, Archdn. Abraham 
Hon. G. C. Brodrick 

E. K. Wilson, K.S. 

J. E. Mozley, K.S. 

E. M. Young 
"A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 

J. B. Dyne, K.S. 

W. H. Stone, K.S. 

W. K, Wilson, K.S. 
f'W. H. G-ladstone 
^ C. C. Puller 
Vj. a. WiUis, K.S. 



1859. 

Examiners, — Eev. E. W. Blore 

T. F. Fremantle * 

J. B. Dyne, K.S. 

A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 
f C. Gr, Heathcote 

A. C. James, K.S. 

J. E. Nixon, K.S. 

i A. C. Ainger, K.S. 

rHon. E. A. P. H. Duncan 

< G. E. Marindin, K.S. 

^H. W. Mozley, K.S. 



< 



S. 



1860. 

Examiners, — Eev. H. M. Birch 
C. S. Parker 

H. W. Mozley, K.S. 

A. C. James, K.S. 
fA. C. Ainger, K.S. 

W. Austen Leigh, K.i 
J H. N. Churton, K.S. 
^ E. Durnford, K.S. 
I H. HoUingworth, K.S. 

a. E. Marindin, K.S. 
^T. A. Maberly 

P. a. r. Pickering, K.S. 

D. M. Stuart 
^A. S. W. Young, K.S. 



TOMLINE PBIZEMENT AND SELECT. 

1851. I 1854. 



1851-1860. 



Examiner, — C. F. Mackenzie 

A. G. Giles-Puller 

H. Brandreth 

W. M. WoUaston, K.S. 



1852. 
Examiner, — N. M. Ferrers 



H. Brandreth 
C. Giles-Puller 
E. Hudson 



1853. 

Examiner. — L. Hensley 

H. Barter 

C. Giles-Puller 

E. Hudson 



Examiner, — 

C. 0. Puller 

J. E. Mozley, K.S. 

W. E. Churton, K.S. 



1855. 



Examiner,- 



W. E. Churton, K.S. 
F. C. Hodgson, K.S. 



1856. 



Examiner,- 



J. E. Mozley, K.S. 

F. C. Hodgson, K.S. 

1857. 
Examiner. — 

Hon. E, L. Stanley 

G. Smith, K.S. 



1858. 



Examiner, — 

H. W. Mozley, K.S. 
W. M. Young, K.S. 



1859. 

Examiner, — A. V. Hadley 

E. C. FoUett 

W. M. Young, K.S. 

E. H. M. Bosanquet 



1860. 

Examiner, — H. Brandreth 

H. Daman, K.S. 

T. J. P. Carter, K.S. 

H. Gaselee, K.S. 



H.K.H. THE PKINCE CONSOKT'S PKIZES. 1851-1860. 
1851. 1852. 



French : 1 Hon. F. E. C. Byng 

2 Hon. L. G. Dillon 
German : 1 W. H. Newnham 
2 S. H. Gem 

Italian : 1 Hon. F. E. C. Byng 
2 H. L. Puxley 



French 



German , 



French and German : 



1 J. E. Yorke 

2 A. C. Swinburne 

1 S. H. Gem 

2 W. H. Palk 

1 C. G. Tottenham 



LIST OF PEOVOSTS, FELLOWS, MASTERS, ASSISTANT MASTERS, &e. 



1853. 

French : 1 A. C. Swinburne 
2 Lord H. P. Cecil 
German ; 1 T. Baring 

2 C. Gr. Tottenham 
Italian : 1 A. C. Swinburne 
2 F. Antrobus 

1854. 

French : 1 Lord H. P. Cecil 

2 A. B. Freeman-Mitford 
German : 1 Visct. Hinchingbrooke 
2 C. C. Puller 

Italian : 1 E. H. C. Herbert 

2 Hon. A. E. W. M. Herbert 

1855. 

French : ] Hon. E. L. Stanley 

2 H. A. Butler-Johnstone 

German : 1 J. S. Brownrigg 
2 C. C. Puller 

Italian : 1 (No First Prize given) 
2 M. D. Thomas 



1856. 

French : 1 S. Q. Stopford 

2 C. C. Puller 
Gei*nian : 1 Hon. J. H. Savile 

2 C. W. Campion 
Italian : J. A. Willis, K.S., and W. B. 
Gurdon 



1857. 

French : 1 Visct. Hinchingbrooke 

2 C. L. Wood and Hon. G. H. 
Cadogan 
German : 1 D'O. R. JefPerson 

2 C. W. Campion 
Italian : J. A. Willis, K.S., and W. H. 
Gladstone 



1858. 

French : 1 Y. W. B. Van de Weyer 

2 Hon. a. H. Cadogan 
German : 1 R. H. M. Bosanquet 

2 Hon. R. A. P. H. Duncan 

Italian : Earl Brownlovi' 



1859. 

French : 1 S. J. Fremantle 

2 F. W. Puller 

German : 1 R. W. Butterworth 

2 H. S. Brownrigg 



1860. 

French : 1 F. W. Puller 

2 Hon. C. R. Carington 

3 F. Arkwright 
German : 1 P. F. Willert 

2 Visct. Boringdon 



LIST OF 

\uW toto, toy €totis, h. h. 



FROM 1851 TO 1860. 



1851. 

Bow C. T. H. Barton 
2 R. L. Pemberton 
' 3 W. S. Ewart 

4 J. A. Bridges 

5 C. E. Antrobus 

6 J. T. Harding 

7 Hon. 0. H. E. Trefusis 
StroJce W. O. Meade-King 

Ooaj 0. W. Fremantle 

E. C. Antrobus rowed for 
T. B. H. Blundell (Capt) against 
an Oxford scratch crew. 

Won by Eton. 

1852. 

Bow W. Pinckney 

2 C. E. Eadclyffe 

3 J. C. Moore , 

4 A. P. Lonsdale 

5 H. P. K. Peach 

6 J. T. Harding 

7 H. F. Johnson 
StroJce Hon. C. H. E. Trefusis, 

Capt, 
Cox C. P. Pemberton 

Eowed a race against an Oxford 
crew. 

Oxford won by half a length. 

1853. 

Bmu A. C. Vesey 

2 H. E. Mansel-Jones 

3 J. H. Lovett 

4 E. Lewis-Lloyd 



EIGHTS. 

5 J. C. Moore 

6 H. F. Johnson 

7 J. T. Harding, Capt, 
Stroke W. Pinckney 

Cox Lord E. W. Pelham- 

Clinton 

No race this year. 

1854. 
Bow H. A. Ernwin 

2 T. C. Blofeld 

3 Lord Skelmersdale 

4 M. C. Browning 

5 J. C. Moore, Capt. 

6 F. C. Alderson 

7 W. W. Windsor-Clive 
Stroke E. Lewis-Lloyd 

Cox E. Wharton 

Eowed a race against an Oxford 
scratch crew. 
Won by Eton. 

1855. 
Bow W. W. Windsor-Clive 

2 D. Collins 

3 E. A. Hankey 

4 E. Lewis-Lloyd, CajJt. 

5 W. P. Carew 

6 T. Baring 

7 C. W. Wicksted 
StroJce T. C. Blofeld 

Cox A. H. Thesiger 

E. A. Hankey rowed for G. S. 
F. Lane-Fox. 

Eowed a race against a Cam- 
bridge crew. 

Won by Cambridge. 



1856. 

Bow N. Pott 

2 E. aould 

3 F. W. Holland 

4 T. Baring 

5 (jr, Morrison 

6 Lord Sudley 

7 B. W. Lubbock 

StroJce Gr. S. F. Lane-Fox, Capt, 
Cox M. Lubbock 

Eowed two races this year. 

1st against a mixed crew of 
Oxford and Cambridge; Eton 
won by a foul. 

2nd against an Oxford eight ; 
won by Oxford. 

1857. 

Bow J. D. Atkinson 

2 B. W. Lubbock 

3 J. A. Craven 

4 Hon. V. F. Lawless 

5 E. T. Hankey 

6 E. Pinckney 

7 E. W. Hussey 
StroJce T. Baring, Capt. 

Cox E. M. Smith 

Eowed two races this year. 

1st against Christ Church 
College, Oxford. Course, from 
Boveney ShaUows to Windsor 
Bridge ; won by Eton. 

2nd against an Oxford crew 
from Henley Eegatta. Course, 
Victoria to Albert Bridge; Oxford 
won by a length and a half. 



LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CRICKET ELEVENS, &c. <fco. 



1858. 

Bow C. A. H. Hall 

2 V. W. B. Van de Weyer 

3 D. Ricardo 

4 C. A. Wynne 

5 E. W. Hussey 

6 Hon. F. S. C. Trench 

7 H. H. CoUings 

Stroke Hon. V. F. Lawless, GapU 
Oox F. E. Hopwood 

Rowed tw^o races this year. 

Ist against Exeter and Balliol 
Colleges, Oxford. Course, 
between Albert and Victoria 
Bridges ; won by Eton. 

2nd against Radley at Henley ; 
Eton won by three quarters of a 
length. Time, 8 mins. 



1857. 
Rev. J. L. JoYNEs'. 

Bow T. C. Hincks 

2 E. Denison 

3 B. W. Lubbock 
Strohe E. T. Hankey 

Coco E. M. Smith 



1859. 

Bmv R. S. Hall 

2 R. H. Blake-Humfrey 

3 H. B. Rhodes 

4 R. E. Moore 

5 J. Bradney 

6 R. S. Scholfield 

7 M. Lubbock 
Stroke C. A. Wynne, CaiA, 

Cox F. E. Hopwood 

Rowed a race against Cam- 
bridge University at Datchet 
between the Bridges. 

Won by Eton. 



WINNERS OF HOUSE FOURS. 

1858. 
Rev. W. B. Mabriott's. 

Bow T. A. St. Quintin 

2 G. J. Mitchell 

3 H. S. le Strange 
Stroke Hon. V. F. Lawless 

Cox A. T. Caulfeild 

1860. 

Miss GrULLIVER-'s. 

Bow H. p. Senhouse 

2 J. E. Parker 

3 W. B. aurney 
Stroke R. H. Blake-Humfrey 

Cox A. B. Corrie 



1860. 

Bow H. Q-arnett 

2 Visct. Boringdon 

3 R. A. Kinglake 

4 A. Q-. Crowder 

5 R. E. L. Burton 

6 H. B. Rhodes 

7 C. B. Lawes 

Stroke R. H. Blake-Humfrey, 

Gapt, 
Cox F. E. Hopwood 

Rowed a race against West- 
minster at Putney. 

Won by Eton. Time, 13 mins. 
55 sees. 



1859. 
Rev. W. A. Carter's. 

Bow E. H. Wynne 

2 R. E. L. Burton 

3 R. S. Scholfield 
Stroke C. A. Wynne 

Cox H. F. Howard 



1851. 

Lord Hervey 
A. Hamond 

F. Gr. Coleridge, Cox 

1852. 

W. Chandos-Pole 
R. Harington 
J. A. Rolls, Cox 

1853. 

R. Lewis-Lloyd 
H. R. Mansel-Jones 
R. Wharton, Cox 



WINNERS OF SCHOOL PULLING. 

1854. 1857. 



J.Hall 
E. Warre 

W. R. Malcolm, Cox 

1855. 

G. a. T. Thomas 
Lord Sudley 

Hon. Fitzwilliam, Cox 

1856. 

Hon. E. L. Stanley 
C. A. H. Hall 
Smith, Cox 



Hon. V. F. Lawless 
J. D. Atkinson 
Smith, Cox 

1858. 

V. W. B. Van de Weyer 
E. W. Hussey 

F. E. Hopwood, Cox 



1859. 

R. E. L. Burton 
C. B. Lawes 
J. C. Lees, Cox 

1860. 

H. B. Rhodes 
H. Grarnett 

F. E. Hopwood, Cox 



LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CEICKEGP ELEVENS, &c. <&c. 



WOTNERS OF SCHOOL SCULLING. 



1851. 
W. O. Meade-King 

1852. 
W. E. Tyler 

1853. 
E. Hudson 



1851. 
C. Thackeray, K.S., 

Capt. 
T. D. Tremlett, K.S. 
T. O. Eeay, K.S. 
A. J. Coleridge, K.S. 
A. J. Wigram 
H. N. Hoare 
J. B. Story 
W. I. Brown 
H. W. Younger, K.S. 
G. E. Dupuis, K.S. 
A. D. Hayter 

Eton V, Harrow. 

Harrow won by 8 
wickets. 

Eton V, Winchester. 

Winchester won by 
26 runs. 

1852. 
T. D. Tremlett, K.S., 

Gapi, 
T. O. Eeay, K.S. 
H. N. Hoare 
G. E. Dupuis, K.S. 
A. D. Hayter 
F. y. ISTorthey 
E. E. Wodehouse 
J. E. Torke 
E. S. Bagge 
H. G. Bowden 
S. Smijth-Windham 

Eton f . Harrow. 

Harrow won by 71 
runs. 

Eton V, Winchester. 

Winchester won by 
30 runs. 



1854. 
K. A. Chapman 

1855. 
E. Beaumont 

1856. 
Hon. E. L. Stanley i 

LIST OF ELEVENS WITH RESULTS. 



1857. 
E. T. Hankey 

.1858. 
C. A. H. Hall 



1853. 

H. N. Hoare, Capt, 

G. E. Dupuis, K.S. 

A. D. Hayter 

F. V. Northey 

E. E. Wodehouse 

J. E. Torke 

E. S. Bagge 

E. J. Tremlett, K.S. 

J. C Pinney 

Hon. M. G. K. Eolle 

C. H. MariUier 

Eton V. Harrow. 

Harrow won by 3 
wickets. 

Eton V, Winchester. 

Winchester won by 
35 runs. 



1854. 

F. V. Northey, Capt. 

E. J. Tremlett, K.S. 

J. 0. Pinney 

Hon. M. G. K. Eolle 

W. G. Heathcote 

A. H. A. Morton, K.S. 

E. B. Fane 

F. H. Norman 
F. G. Coleridge 
W. A. Yeo 

J. M. Mordaunt 

Eton V. Harrow. 

Harrow ^ won by 98 
runs. 

Eton V. Winchester. 

Winchester won by 
3 wickets. 



1855. 

E. B. Fane, Capt. 

F. H. Norman 
J. M. Mordaunt 

B. W. Waud, K.S. 
T. E. Bagge 
Lord Turnour 

J. B. Dyne, K.S. 

C. L. Sutherland 
H. G. H. Norman 
P. C. du Cane 

J. A. Pepys 

Eton V, Harrow. 

Harrow won by an 
innings and ^^ runs. 

T. Atkinson and E. D. 
Cleasby played instead 
of T. E. Bagge and J. A. 
Pepys, who were unwell. 

Eton V, Winchester. 

Eton won by 46 runs. 

J. G. Witt, K.S. 
played instead of F. H. 
Norman. 

1856. 

E. B. Fane, Capt, 

F. H. Norman 
T. E. Bagge 
Lord Turnour 

J. B. Dyne, K.S. 
C. L. Sutherland 
J. A. Pepys 
E. G. S. Hornby 
J. H. Nelson, K.S. . 
E. D. Cleasby 
B. Field 

No match with 
Harrow. 







1859. 


E. 


E. 


L. Burton 
1860. 


C. 


B. 


Lawes 



Eton V, Winchester. 
Eton won by an 
innings and 4 runs. 

1857. 
F. H. Norman, Capt. 
T. E. Bagge 
J. B. Dyne, K.S. 
C. L. Sutherland 
E. G. S. Hornby 
Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 
E.C.Austen Leigh, K.S. 
P. C. du Cane 

B. M. Davies 
E. Eawlinson 
W. K. Mott 

Eton V. Harrow. 

Harrow won by 10 
wickets. 

This match is not 
counted in the series. 

Eton V, Winchester. 

Eton won by an 
innings and 31 runs. 

E. D. Cleasby and 
W. H. Stone, K.S. 
played instead of C. L. 
Sutherland and W. K. 
Mott. 

1858. 

J. B. Dyne, K.S., Capt. 

C. L. Sutherland 
Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 
B. M. Davies 

W. H. Stone, K.S. 
E. A. H. Mitchell 
A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 
W. M. Hoare 



LIST OF BOATS' CREWS, CEICKET ELEVENS, &c. &c. 



xm 



E. N. Langham 
G. P. Dawson, K.S. 
J. H. Gibbs, K.S. 

Eton V. Harrow. 

Harrow won by an 
innings and 7 runs. 

Eton V, Winchester. 

Winchester won by 
1 wicket. 

1859. 
Hon. C. Gr, Lyttelton, 

E. A. H. Mitchell 
W. M. Hoare 
r. JN". Langham 



P. Norman 

M. Lubbock 

E. H. Carter, K.S. 

C. E. Hornby 

J. Eound 

W. M. Young, K.S. 

C. G. Heathcote 

I Eton V. Harrow. 
Harrow won by an 
innings and 48 runs. 

J. B. Dyne, K.S. and 
A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 
played instead of J. 
Eound and C. G. 
Heathcote. 



Eton V. Winchester. 

Winchester won by 
3 wickets. 

J. B. Dyne, K.S. and 
A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 
played instead of J. 
Eound and C. G. 
Heathcote. 

1860. 

I Hon. C. G. Lyttelton, 
Copt, 
E. A. H. Mitchell 
P. Norman 
C. E. Hornby 
J. Eound 



D. Pocklington 
Hon. T. de Grey 
S. E. Cleasby 
H. W. Hoare 
O. Mordauut 
A. L. Eicardo 

Eton V, Harrow. 
A draw. 

L. Garnett played in- 
stead of A. L. Eicardo. 

Eton V, Winchester. 
Eton won by 19 runs. 

S. C. Spencer-Smith 
played instead of A. L. 
Eicardo. 



WOTNEES OF HOUSE CRICKBT CUP. 

1860. 
Miss Evans' 



KEEPERS OF THE FIELD AND LIST OF FIELD ELEVENS. 



1851. i 

^ ( M. W. Ford 

^^^-/^^''^•'iJ.C.Pinney 

E. H. Denne 
J. C. Harkness 
J. T. Harding 

F. Warre 

A. D. Hayter 

J. H. Arkwright 

H. G. Bowden 

E. L. Puxley 

A. P. Lonsdale 

Hon. C. H. E. Trefusis 

(12th man) 



1852. 

j^ I J. C. Pinney 

^^^-^^^'•^•'ij.C.Harkness 

J. E. Torke 

S. S mi jth- Windham 

A. F, Cookesley 

E. E. Wodehouse 

H. Brandreth 

A. P. Lonsdale 

H. Snow 

W. H. Willats 

W. Pinckney 

E. S. Bagge (12th man) 



1853. 
J. r J. E. Torke 

J. C. Pinney 

E. E. Wodehouse 

E. M. Kindersley 

T. C. Blofeld 

J. Hall 

E. S. Bagge 

E. Lewis-Lloyd 

E. Wharton 

W. A. Yeo 

E. St. Aubyn (12th man) 



1854. 

.^ f E. Lewis-Lloyd 

^^^-/^^'•^••Ie. Wharton 

T. C. Blofeld 

E. A. Hankey 

H. H. Chilton 

J. A. Pepys 

J. A. Eolls 

E. B. Eane 

lion. H. H. Hare 

P. H. Elliot 

J. M. Mordaunt 

Lord Skelmersdale 

(12th man) 



185e5. 

J. J H. H, Chilton 

^^^^^^^•^••|E.B.Eane 

J. A. Pepys 

Hon. H. H. Hare 

M. D. Thomas 

r. H. Norman 

T. Atkinson 

T. Baring 

Lord Turnour 

W. C. GosHng 

T. E. Bagge 

W. M. Severne (12th man) 



; 1856. 

^ \F. H. Norman 

I ^^^i^^^-^--]W.C. Gosling 

T. Baring 

E. Eawlinson 

W. M. Severne 

T. E. Bagge 

J. Turner 

Hon. E. L. Stanley 

C. L. Sutherland 

E. T. Hankey 

A. Wilson-Patten 
I J. Wormald (12th man) 



LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CEICKET ELEVENS, &c., &c. 



1857. 
^ J C. L. Sutherland 

Aeej^ers: | ^^ Wilson-Patten 

J. Turner 

W. H. Gladstone 

Lord Eendlesham 

J. Wormald 

T. C. Hincks 

P. C. Du Cane 

W. Macalpine-Leny 

H. H. Collings 

Hon. V. F. Lawless 

Sir F. J. W. Johnstone 

(12th man) 

1858. 
,. f Sir F. J. W. Johnstone 

^^^-^^'^'••j M.Lubbock 

V. W. B. Van de Weyer 



Hon. C. G. Lvttelton 

E. S. Scholfield 
W. M. Hoare 

F. JN". Langham 
E. W. Chapman 
H. B. Ehodes 

E. O.Follett 

Hon. G. H. Cadogan 

G. W. Kekewich (12th man) 

1859. 

Keemrs • i E- W. Chapman 
^''-^'"^'•IH.B. Ehodes 
Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

F. C. Follett 
F. Lubbock 
E. Peel 

E. E. Moore 
E. H. Wynne 



W. F. Middleton 

H. Garnett 

P. Norman 

J. G. Chambers (12th man) 



1860. 

J H. B. Ehodes 
1 E. C. FoUett 

E. W. Chapman 

H. Garnett 

S. C. Smith 

E. H. Blake-Humfrey 

E. A. H. Mitchell 

J. G. Chambers 

J. E. Selwyn 

Hon. T. de Grey 

O. Mordaunt 

S. F. Cleasby (12th man) 



WINXEBS OF HOUSE MATCHES. 

1860— Eev. J. L. Joynes' 

KEEPERS OF WALL AND LIST OF WALL ELEVENS. 



1851. 
Collegers. 
E. Carter, Capt, 
H. J. Eeynolds 
H. W. Younger 
T. D. Treiiilett 
W. B. Pugh 
T. H. Earle 
G. J. Shaw 
T. O. Eeay 
G. E. Dupuis 
W. Fursdon 
J. S. Theobald 

Oppidans. 

E. H. Denne, (7ap^. 

F. Warre 

E. L. Puxley 
A. Hamond 

Hon. C. H. E. Trefusis 
M. W. Ford 
E. Collins 
H. C. Shawe 
A. F. Cookesley 
E. E. Wodehouse 
J. II. Arkwright 
Oppidans won by 3 shies to 
nothing. 



1852. 
Collegers. 
T. D. Tremlett, Capt, 
T. H. Earle 
G. J. Shaw 
G. E. Dupuis 
J. S. Theobald 
S. W. Foulkes 
F. Whitting 
W. B. Buckley 
E. J. Tremlett 
S. W. Bent 
H. F. Burnabyi 

Oppidans. 
A. F. Cookesley, Ca2)t. 
E. E. Wodehouse 
A. P. Lonsdale 
C. Seale-Hayne 
W. Pinckney 
H. Snow 
J. T. Harding 
W. St. Aubyn 
J. C. Pinney 
J. E. Torke 
H. Brandreth 
Collegers won by 1 shy to 
nothing. 
' Played instead of C. H. Marillier 



1853. 
Collegers. 
G. E. Dupuis, CajJt, 

F. Whitting 
E. J. Tremlett 

A. H. A. Mortoni 

G. M. Buckle 

D. N. Tonge 

G. C. Huddleston 
J. C. Coldham 
J. G. Witt 

B. W. Waud 
A. H. Lloyd 

Oppidans. 

E. E. Wodehouse, Capt, 
J. C. Pinney 

J. E. Torke 
W. H. Willats 
T. C. Blofeld 
E. W. Sparks 
J. C. Moore 
E. Lewis-Lloyd 
H. A. Ernwin 
E. L. Burton 
J. Hall 
Collegers won by 3 shies to 
nothing. 
^ Played instead of H. F. Burnaby 



LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CEICKET ELEVENS, &c. &c. 



1854. 

Mixed Wall. 

jrr f E. J. Tremlett, K.S. 

^^-^^*M T. C. Blofeld 

a. M. Buckle, K.S. 

J. a. Witt, K.S. 

B. W. Waud, K.S. 

R. Lewis-Lloyd 

E. A. Hankey 

A. H. Lloyd, K.S. 
G. Smith, K.S. 

J. A. Pepys 

Lord Skelmersdale 

M. C. Browning (12th man) 

COLLEGEBS. 

E. J. Tremlett, Capt. 
G. M. Buckle 
J. G. Witt 

B. W. Waud 
A. H. Lloyd 
W. B. Pinchard 
G. Smith 

J. H. Nelson 
T. C. Patteson 

C. G. Sperling 
G. E. T. Baker 

Oppidans. 

T. C. Blofeld, Capt, 
E. Lewis-Lloyd 
J. A. Eolls 
E. A. Hankey 
J. A. Pepys 
Lord Skelmersdale 
M. C. Browning 

D. Collins 

P. L. Heaton 
S. S. Gladstone 
J. M. Mordaunt 

Oppidans won by 1 shy to 
nothing. 



1855. 
Mixed Wall. 

^^^^^*- t J.A. Pepys 
G. Smith, K.S. 
J. H. Nelson, K.S. 
T. Atkinson 



W. J. Boys, K.S. 

Lord Tumour 

J. A. Willis, K.S. 

C. P. Eoutledge, K.S. 

M. D. Thomas 

T. Baring 

G. T. Borrett, K.S. 

(12th man) 

Collegers. 

J . G. Witt, Capt. 
G. Smith 
J. H. Nelson 
W. J. Boys 
J. A. Willis 
C. P. Eoutledge 
G. T. Borrett 
P. A. Bosanquet 
C. H. Stone 
G. C. Liddell 
W. H. Jackson 

Oppidans. 

J. A. Pepys, Capt. 
T. Atkinson 
Lord Turnour 
M. D. Thomas 
T. Baring 
H. H. ChUton 
J. H. Seeker 
W. P. Carew 
G. S. P. Lane-Fox 
E. B. Pane 
T. E. Bagge 
Draw (no score). 



1856. 
Mixed Wall. 

Keepers -l^^^"^^^^ ^'^' 
keepers. | t. Baring 

W. J. Boys, K.S. 
J. A. Willis, K.S. 
C. P. Eoutledge, K.S. 
G. T. Borrett, K.S. 
G. G. Liddell, K.S. 
T. E. Bagge 
W. H. Stone, K.S. 
W. M. Severne 
G. P. Dawson, K.S. 
J. Turner (12th man) 



Collegers. 
G. Smith, Capt. 
E. H. Balls^ 
J. A. Willis 
C. P. Eoutledge 
H. Gibson 2 
G. G. Liddell 
J. B. Dyne 3 
G. P. Dawson 
W. K. Wilson 
H. N. Mozley 
T. P. Willis 

Oppidans. 
T. Baring, Caj)t. 
T. E. Bagge 
W. M. Severne 
J. Turner 

Hon. E. L. Stanley 
E. T. Hankey 
W.C. Gosling 
E. Eawlinson 
W. H. Gladstone 
T. C. Hincks 
J. Wormald 
Draw (no score). 

* Played instead of W. J. Boys 
2 „ G. T. Borrett 

» „ W. H. Stone 

1857. 

Mixed Wall. 

^ J J. A. WiUis, K.S. 

^^^i'^^'-'l J. Turner 

C. P. Eoutledge, K.S. 

W. H. Stone, K.S. 

G. P. Dawson, K.S. 

W. K. Wilson, K.S. 

W. H. Gladstone 

E. H. Balls, K.S. 

T. C. Hincks 

J. Wormald 

P. C. Du Cane 

C. P. Eushout (12th man) 

Collegers. 
J. A. WilHs, Capt. 
E. H. Balls 
E. L. Bridger 
W. K. Wilson 
A. C. James 
T. J. P. Carter 
C. P. Eoutledge 
A. Austen Leigh 



LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CEICKET ELEVENS, &c. &c. 



W. H. Stone 
Gr. r. Dawson 
J. H. Gibbs 

Oppidans. 

J. Turner, Capt, 

Hon. y. F. Lawless 

R. H. Ainsworth 

T. C. Hincks 

Lord Eendlesham 

C. F. Eushout 

P. C. Du Cane 

V. W. B. Van de Weyer 

W. H. Gladstone 

J. Wormald 

Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

Draw, 1 shy each. 



1858. 

Mixed Wall. 

^ f G. F. Dawson, K.S. 

Keepers : | YM.BN^n de Weyer 

E. H. BaUs, K.S. 

E. L. Bridger, K.S. 

A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 

Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

Sir F. J. W. Johnstone 

J. B. Dyne, K.S. 

E. S. Scholfield 

W. M. Young, K.S. 

E. W. Chapman 

M. Hankiey (12th man) 

COLLEGEBS. 

E. L. Bridger, Capt. 

F. N. Wright 

P. G. IJ. Pickering 1 
E. K. Wilson 
H. Hollingworth ^ 
E. H. Balls 
A. C. James 
A. Austen Leigh 
W. M. Young 
J. B. Dyne 
A. C. Ainger ^ 

Oppidans. 

E. C. Follett 
M. Hankey 
H. S. Eraser 



E. S. Scholfield 

E. W. Chapman 

Sir F. J. W. Johnstone 

V.W.B.Van de Weyer, CapU 

M. Lubbock 

Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

Hon. G. H. Cadogan 

H. B. Ehodes ^ 

Oppidans won by 4 shies to 1. 

* Played instead of T. J. P. Carter 
2 „ R. H. Carter 

•■* „ G. F. Dawson 

* „ W. M. Hoare 



1859. 

Mixed Wall. 

^ I Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

^^^i^^^*.-|w.M.Young,K.S. 

E. W. Chapman 

A. C. James, K.S. 

T. J. P. Carter, K.S. 

E. C. FoUett 
H. B. Ehodes 

P. G. IJ. Pickering, K.S. 

F. Lubbock 

E. E.,Witt, K.S. 

E. E. Moore 

E. A. H. Mitchell (12th man) 

Collegers. 

P. G. U. Pickering 

E. E. Witt 

W. V. Snow 

H. Hollingworth 

C. J. Bulteel 

W. M. Young, Capt. 

A. C. James 

T. J. P. Carter 

A. C. Ainger 

H. N. Churton 

A. S. W. Young 

Oppidans. 

E. E. Moore | 

E. A. H. Mitchell 
E. H. Blake-Humfrey j 

E. W. Chapman j 

H. Garnett | 

H. B. Ehodes : 

P. Norman 1 i 

H. J. L. Wood j 



F. Lubbock 

W. F. Middleton 

E.H.Wynne 2 

Oppidans won by 3 shies to 
nothing. 

» Played instead of E. C. Follett 
2 „ Hon. C. G. 

Lyttelton 



1860. 
Mixed Wall. 

^ f E. W. Chapman 

^^^-^^^^••|E.E.Witt,K.S. 

E. C. Follett 

H. B. Ehodes 

E. A. H. Mitchell 

E. H. Blake-Humfrey 
H. Garnett 

C. J. Bulteel, K.S. 
J. E. Selwyn 

F. Hollingworth, K.S. 
H. N. Churton, K.S. 

E. E. L. Burton (12th man) 

Collegers. 

E. E. Witt, Capt. 
J. S. Holden 

P. V. Smith 

F. Hollingworth 

G. H. D. Wilson i 
C. J. Bulteel 

E. Durnford 
W. Austen Leigh 
H. N. Churton 
B. S. Young 
A. C. Custance 

Oppidaks. 

E. H. Blake-Humfrey 

E. A. H. Mitchell 

E. E. L. Burton 

E. W. Chapman, CapU 

E. A. Kinglake 

H. B. Ehodes 

H. Garnett 

S. C. Smith 

E. C. FoUett 

J. E. Selwyn 

J. G. Chambers 

Oppidans won by 2 shies to 
nothing. 

1 Played instead of A. C. Talbot 



LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CEIOKET ELEVENS, &c. &c. 



xvii 



1857. 

Master : E. H. Carter 
Whips : 1st J. A. WilKs 



MASTEBS AND WHIPS OF COLLEGE BEAGLES 

1858. 

Master : E. H. Carter 
Whips: 1st H. St. A. Goodrich 
2nd T. J. Huddleston 

1860. 

Master : T. J. Huddleston 
Whips : 1st T. J. P. Carter 
2nd E. E. Witt 



1859. 

Master : E. H. Carter 
Whips : 1st H. St. A. Qoodrich 
2nd H. M. Palmer 



1858. 



MASTEBS AND WHIPS OF OPPIDAN BEAGLES 

1859. 



Master : N. E. Charrington 
Whips : 1st Gr. C. K. Johnstone 



Master : N. E. Charrington 
Whips : 1st Gr. C. K. Johnstone 
2nd C. Taylear 



1860. 

Master : E. E. Moore 
Whips : Ist H. O. L. Baker 



WINXEES OF SCHOOL STEEPLECHASE. 



1851. 


1855. 


1859. 


Hon.W.J.B.W.Venables-Vernon 


No race 


H. 0. L. Baker 


1852. 


1856. 




H. F. Johnson 

1853. 


W. M. Severne 
1857. 


1860. 
C. B. Lawes 


T. P. Boughey 


J. D. Atkinson 




1854. 


1858. 




P. W. HoUand 


Sir P. J. W. Johnstone 
WINNEES OF MILE. 




1856. 


1858. 


1860. 


W. M. Severne 


H. B. Ehodes 


W. Dealtry 


1857. 


1859. 




Visct. Hinchingbrooke 


C. Tayleur 






WnriTEBS OF SCHOOL FIVES 


. 


1857. 


1858. 


1859. 


T. E. Bagge 
P. H. JSTorman 


f W. M. Hoare 
\ W. H. Gladstone 

1860. 


f W. M. Young, K.S. 
M. Lubbock 


• 


f Hon. C. G. Lytteltor 
[ A. E. Pedder 





LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CEICKET ELEVENS, &o. &c. 



OFFICEBS AND MEMBERS OF ETON SOGIETT. 



1851. 



President : H. Moody, K.S. 

R. E. Welby 

Hon.C.H.E.Trefusis 
Chairman : E. E. Welby 

Hon. P. E. C. Byng 
A. D. Hayter 
Auditor : A. J. Coleridge, K.S. 
Hon. W. H. Herbert 
H. J. Eeynolds, K.S. 
Hon. H. W. Campbell 
J. Giles 
a. A. J. Scott 
J. H. Arkwright 
G. H. Wa.yte, K.S. 
Earl of Lincoln 
A. Palk 

E. Carter, K.S. 
P. B. M. Montgomerie 
H. C. Shawe 

E. Prodgers 

F. St. J. Thackeray, K.S. 
J. T. Harding 

H. L. Puxley 

H. W. G. Blaauw 

W. F. WilberfoFce, K.S. 

H. B. Wilder 

W. W. NeviUe 

W. H. Lambert 

1852. 

President : Hon. C. H. E. Trefusis 

A. D. Hayter 
Chairman : A. D. Hayter 

W. Sterry, K.S. 
Avditor: Hon. F. E. C. Byng 

E. E. Wodehouse 
Hon. L. G. Dillon 
Lord Hervey 
J. J. G. Evered, K.S. 

E. E. Wodehouse 
W. Sterry, K.S. 
A. P. Lonsdale 
A. Ham'ond 

J. E. Torke 

F. Whitting, K.S. 
H. C. Marindin 
H. Snow 

W. J. Scott 
S. Eendel 



W. Pinckney 

C. GHes-Puller 

H. G. Bowden 

C. B. P. Bosanquet 

J. M. Ward, K.S. 

T. D. Tremlett, K.S. 

W. St. Aubyn 

H. C. Smith 

W. H. Willats 

S. Smijth-Windham 

A. C. Vesey 

A. L. C. Lambert, K.S. 

H. F. Johnson 

C. H. MariUier, K.S. 

1853. 

President : A. D. Hayter 

E. E. Wodehouse 
Chairman : E. E. Wodehouse 

J. E. Torke 
Auditor: J. T. Harding 

W. J. Scott 
H. Brandreth 
G. Arkwright 
J. C. Pinney 
C. G. Tottenham 
J. C. Moore 
H. N. Hoare 
H. F. Burnaby, K.S. 

E. N. M. Kindersley 
J. S. Dugdale 

C. Seale-Hayne 
S. W. Bent, K.S. 
G. E. Dupuis, K.S. 
T. C. Blofeld 

G. H. Field 

F. C. Alderson 
W. G. Heathcote 
Hon. M. G. K. EoUe 
E. S. Bagge 

G. M. Buckle, K.S. 
J. C. Coldham, K.S. 
E. E. T. Farquhar 

D. N. Tonge, K.S. 

E. St. Aubyn 
E. Wharton 
E. F. Dawson 
J. A. EoUs 

Lord E. W. Pelham-Clinton 
C. J. Scott 



1854. 



President: E. E. Wodehouse 

T. C. Blofeld 
Chairman : J. E. Torke 
J. C. Pinney 
J. H. Warner 
Auditor : J. C. Pinney 
T. C. Blofeld 
E. Lewis-Lloyd 
E. War re 
J. H. Warner 
E. T. D. Jones 

E. A. Hankey 
M. C. Browning 
Lord Skelmersdale 
W. A. Teo 

Earl of Coventry 

Sir C. Mordaunt 

W. W. Windsor-Clive 
! A. Colvin 

G. H. Evans, K.S. 
; .G. S. F. Lane-Fox 
I A. P. Baillie 

J. M. Mordaunt 

A. B. Freeman-Mitford, K.S. 
J. L. Wharton 

J. G. Witt, K.S. 
W. O. Whiteside 

B. Field 

F. G. Coleridge 

G. E. T. Baker, K.S. 

C. W. Wicksted 

Sir M. E. Hicks-Beach 

A. P. Gordon 

S. S. Gladstone 

F. A. Bosanquet, K.S. 

F. H. Norman 



1855. 

Presidmt: T. C. Blofeld 

F. A. Bosanquet, K.S 

Chairman : J. H. Warner 
B. Field 
E. Lewis-Lloyd 

Auditor: E. Lewis-Lloyd 

E. T. D. Jones 

F. H. Norman 



LIST OP BOATS' CEEWS, CEICKET ELEVENS, &o. &c. 



XIX 



H. G. H. Norman 
J. Shephard 
W. Arbuthnot 
E. H. C. Herbert 
T. Baring 

J. a, Watkins, K.S. 
E. T. Hankey 
W. M. Severne 
E. W. Holland 
O. Browning, K.S. 
E. Gould 

B. W. Lubbock 

E. C. Austen Leigh, K.S. 

G. W. G. Leveson-Gower 

W. H. Gladstone 

A. J. Bobarts 

N. Pott 

W. P. Carew 

Lord H. P. Cecil 

J. H. Seeker 

G. Smith, K.S. 

C. C. Puller 
Lord Sudley 
Lord Tumour 



1856. 

President : F. A. Bosanquet, K.S. 

F. H. Norman 
Chaimian : B. Field 

T. Baring 
Auditor : F. H. Norman 

C. C. Puller 
C. C. Hopkinson 
V. W. B. Van de Weyer 
E. A. Cave 
Hon. C. L. Wood 
G. G. T. Thomas 
H. A. Butler-Johnstone 
M. Lubbock 
Hon. A. Legge 
T. C. D. Whitmore 
C. L. Sutherland 
R. M. Harvey 
J. A. Craven 
J. A. Willis, K.S. 
E. M. Young 
E. L. Home 
C. W. Chute 
R. D. Cleasby 
Hon. V. F. Lawless 
S. Walpole 
R. Rawlinson 



1857. 

Presideyit : F. H. Norman 

W. H. Gladstone 
Chairman : T. Baring 

C. C. Puller 
Auditor : C. C. Puller 

J. A. Willis, K.S. 
J. S. Hardy 
A. Duncombe 
J. T. R. Lane-Fox 
F. W. A. Bowyer 
E. G. S. Hornby 

D. H. R. Wingfield 
S. G. Stopford 

P. C. Du Cane 
T. C. Hincks 
M. Hankey 
A. Brodrick 

E. W. Hussey 
C. A. H. Hall 
E. M. Smith 
T. F. Halsey 
W. Harle 

H. H. Collings 

ETon. F. S. C. Trench 

A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 
Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

B. M. Davies 

A. Wilson-Patten 
J. B. Dyne, K.S. 



1858. 

President: W. H. Gladstone 
J. A. Willis, K.S. 
A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 

Chairman: C. C. Puller 

Hon. V. F. Lawless 
M. Lubbock 

Auditor : J. A. Willis, K.S. 
Hon. C. L. Wood 
Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

C. A. Wynne 

J. Turner 

Sir F. J. W. Johnstone 

W. M. Hoare 

E. Denison 

C. G. Heathcote 

C. W. Campion 

C. F. Routledge, K.S. 

R. M. Gawne 

P. Norman 

H. J. L. Wood 



Hon. R. A. P. H. Duncan 
W. B. Gurdon 

F. N. Langham 
H. E. Eaton 

J. W. Perceval-Maxwell 
J. F. A. Hervey 
R. H. Balls, K.S. 

G. F. Dawson, K.S. 
R. S. Scholfield 

H. Benyon 
E. W. Chapman 
Lord J. W. N. Hervey 
G. W. Kekewich 



1859. 

President : A. Austen Leigh, K.S. 
M. Lubbock 
Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 
Chairman: M. Lubbock 

Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 
Lord J. W. N. Hervey 
Auditor : Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 
C. A. Wynne 
P. Norman 
F. Lubbock 
J. Round 
H. Jenner 
R. K. Wilson, K.S. 
Visct. NeuTy 
J. G. Le Marchant 

E. H. Wynne 
A. Morrison 

Hon. T. G. Grosvenor 
A. C. Ainger, K.S. 
R. H. Blake-Humfrey 
R. A. H. Mitchell 

F. E. Hop wood 
W. M. Young, K.S. 
R. H. Carter, K.S. 
C. R. Hornby 

W. F. Middleton 

H. Garnett 

Hon. H. C. Needham 

A. E. Pedder 

E. H. Birley 

W. M. Eaton 

T. J. P. Carter, K.S. 

H. H. S. Croft, K.S. 

H. B. Rhodes 

R. W. Butterworth 

A. C. James, K.S. 

R. E. Moore 

W. B. Monck 



LIST OF BOATS' CEEWS, CEICKET ELEVENS, &c. &c. 



3860. 

President : Hon. C. G. Lyttelton 

E. A. H. MitcheU 
Ghah^nan: LordJ.W.N.Hervey 

E. W. Chapman 
Audit(yr : P. Norman 

Visct. Boringdon 
E. a. Arbathnot 
E. Peel 
A. C. Arkwright 



E. Durnford, K.S. 

O. Mordaunt 

J. F. F. Horner 

J. L. Mort 

a. E. Marindin, K.S. 

H. W. Hoare 

E. C. FoUett 

S. F. Cleasby 

A. Q-. Crowder 

J. Q-. Chambers 



Q. J. Moore 

F. T. Cobbold, K.S. 

W. Austen Leigh, K.S. 

S. C. Spencer-Smith 

T. H. G. Wyndham 

J. E. Selwyn 

H. J. Tritton 

E. A. Kinglake 

B. T. Bosanquet 



r-X 



ELECTION, 1853- 

The small superior figures after the years of entering and leaving denote the first, second, and third schooltimes. 



SIXTH FORM. 



Marillier 

(Miss E., aft K.S., 
C.J.A.) 



W hitting ma. 

(Miss E., aft K.S., 
E.H.P., C.O.G. & 
W.W.) 



Dupuis 

(H.D., aft K.S., H.D., 
C.O.G. & A.F.B.) 



Coldham 

(F.V.,aftK.S.,B.H.P.) 



Burnaby ma, 

(P. v.. aft K.S., 
E.C. & W.B.M.) 



Shaw 

(K.S., H.D.) 



Charlss Henry. Son of H. M., In- 
structor at Sandhurst; 1845'-1863" ; Newc. 
Select 1852; Prince Consort's French 
Prize 1849 ; Eton xi. 1853 ; Sch. of King's 
CoU. Camb. ; B.A. ; FeUow of King's 1866 ; 
2nd CI. Class. Trip. 1868 ; Cape Mounted 
Rifles and Garrison Adjt atGrahamstown, 
S. Africa 1868-75; m. Margaret d. of 
Dr. Alexander B. Morgan ; died at 
Gibraltar, March 30, 1875. 

Frederick. Son of W. W. of Thomey 
Abbey, co. Camb.; 1847'-1853»; Newc. 
Select 1852, Sch. 1863 ; CoU. Wall 1862-3 ; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M. A. ; Browne's 
Medal 1854 ; Latin Ode 1864 ; 1st CL Class. 
Trip. 1858: Fellow of King's 1867; 
Members' Prize 1860 ; Private Tutor at 
Eton 1868-64 ; called to the Bar, Linoohi's 
Inn, 1863; Reporter on *Law Journal* 
Staff in Equity Courts and Conveyancing 
1866-70 ; Senior Proctor 1874 ; Bursar of 
King's 1869-92 ; Financial Sec. of Univ. 
1883-1904 ; Vice-Provost of King's smce 
1889. King's Coll., Cambridge. 

Rev. George Richard. Son of the 
Rev. G. J. D., Assist and Lower Master, 
Fellow, Bursar, and Vice-Provost of Eton ; 
1844'-1853» ; Eton xi. 1861-3 ; Coll. Wall 
1861-3, Keeper 1868 ; Sch. of King's Coll. 
Camb.; M.A. ; FeUow of King's 1857; 
Camb. XI. 1857 : Assist Master at Eton 
1868-75 ; Vicar of Sturminster Marshall, 
Wimbome, 1875-7 ; Rector of Sessay since 
1877; m. Annetta Letitia, d. of Capt 
John Kyffln Lloyd of the 14th Regt Seuay 
Rectory, Thirsk. 

Rev. Jambs Charles. Son of Rev. G. C, 
Vicar of East Walton, Norfolk; 1848*- 
1854' ; Newc. Select 1864 ; Coll. Wall 1853 ; 
Sch. of King's ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow 
of King's 1857 ; Curate of East Walton 
and Gayton Thorpe, Norfolk ; died April 
19, 1870. 

Rev. Henry Fowke. Of Brampton 
Manor House, Huntingdon; eld. son of 
T. F. A. B. of Brampton ; 1848'-1864» ; 
ColL Wall 1862; Sch. of King's Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow of King's 1867 ; 
Private Tutor at Eton 186ft-9 ; Curate of 
Birch, Colchester, 1861-2, Wattisham, 
1862-6, St Mark's, Brighton, 1865-7, St 
Mary the Less, Cambridge, 1867-8 ; Vicar 
of Bisbrook, Rutland, 1869-72 ; Rector of 
Buckland, Buntingford, Herts, 1872-94; 
m. Louisa Jane, d. of George Thomas 
Davy of Colston Basset Hall, Nottingham. 
29 Kensington Gardens Sq., W. 

Georqe John. Son of Rev. J. S., Vicar 
of Stoke Poges, Bucks ; 1848*-1863» ; CoU. 
WaU 1861-2; formerly a Clerk in the 
Admiralty, aft went to Uve in Australia. 



Bent 

(Mrs. Ro., aft K.S., 
C.J.A. & J.E.Y.) 

Goldney 

(T.H.S., aft K.S., 
W.J.) 



Buckley 



(Mrs. Ro., aft K.a, 
H.M.B.) 



Morton 

(P. v., aft K.S., 
W.A.C.) 



Puller ma. 

(E.C.) 



Harington 

(J.W.H., R.o. & C.W.) 



Stephen Weston. Son of Maj. J. B. 
of Wexham Lodge, Slough ; 1847*-1863* ; 
CoU. WaU 1862; formerly in the 66th 
Regt, aft Capt 19th Regt ; died at the 
Cape 1880. 

Rev. Samuel. Son of S. A. G. of 
Langley, Slough ; 1848"-1853* ; Sch. of 
Pembroke CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2ndCL Mods. 
1856 ; Curate of UlBngton, Shrewsbury, 
1860-1, St Mary's, Shrewsbury, 1861-6, 
WiUoughby, Warws, 1868-72; Head Master 
of Risley Grammar School 1872-7, Lich- 
field Gr. Sch. 1877-82 ; m. Grace, d. of 
Capt Peel, R.N. Priory Park, Kew, 
S.O., Surrey. 

Rev. William Burton. Son of Rev. 
J. W. B., Perpetual Curate of St Mary's, 
Paddington ; 1848'-1863» ; CoU- Wall 1862 ; 
Sch. of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 21st Wrangler 
1868 ; formerly Curate of Tarvin, Chester ; 
dead. 

Arthur Henry Aylmer, M.P. Son 
of K M. of 8 Hyde Park Gate, W. ; 
1861>-1864" ; Newc. Select 1868-4 ; Eton 
XI. 1864 ; CoU. WaU 1863 ; Sch. of 
King's CoU. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow of 
King's 1867 ; 3rd CI. Class. Trip. 1868 ; 
Student at Lincoln's Inn 1868-61 ; Senior 
Dean of King's 1870-1 ; 3rd Bursar 1871-2 ; 
Head Master of a Preparatory School at 
Farnborottgh 1872-88 ; Member of L.C.C. 
1896-8; M.P. for Deptford since 1897; 
Mjember of Royal Commn. on Civil Service 
Superannuation 1903; Ecclesiastical Com- 
missioner since 1904 ; m. Evelyn Fridzueda, 
d. of Capt Sir WiUiam Henry Wilson- 
Todd, 1st Bt, of Tranby Park, Hull, and 
Halnaby Hall, DarUngton. 80 EeUon 
Place, Belgrave Sg., 8.W. 

Charles Giles-. Of Youngsbury, Ware ; 
2nd son of C. W. G.-P. of Youngsbury ; 
1846»-1863»; TomUne Select 1862-3 ; Sch. 
of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 16th Wrangler 
and FeUow of Trin. 1867 ; Vicar of Standon, 
Ware 1862-71 ; in Holy Orders tiU 1874 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Herts ; m. Emmeline 
Maria, d. of WiUiam Longman of Ashlyns, 
Herts ; died May 3, 1892. 

His Honour Sir Richard, 11th Bt, 
Judge of County Court Eld. son of 
Rev. R. H., D.D., Princ. of B.N.C. Oxf. ; 
1844»-1863*; won School PuUing 1862; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; B,C.L. ; Slade Sch. 
1853 ; 2nd CL Classics 1866 ; 1st CI. Law 
and Mod. Hist 1867 ; Vinerian Sch. 1858 ; 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1868 ; 
PoUce Magis. of Hammersmith and 
Wandsworth 1871 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Hereford ; J.P. for oo.s Warwick and Wor- 
cester ; Chnm. of Herefords Qr. Sessions 
and Co. Aid. ; Judge of County Courts 
since Jan. 1872 ; m. Frances Agnata, d. of 
Rev. Robert Briscoe, Preb. of Hereford, 
and Rector of Whitboume. WhUbourne 
Court, Worcester. 

B 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1853. 



Marindin ma, 

(W.E., E.B.) 



Torke 

(B.B.) 



Scott ma, 

(KO.) 



Wodehouse 

(B.B.) 



Gould 

(W.A.O.) 



Hayter 

(H.M.B., <b Mrs. D., 
H.M.B. & J.L.J.) 



Vesey 

(R.F.H., J.B.Y.) 



Henry Oolvilb. Eld. son of Rev. S. M., 
Capt. 2nd Life Gaards, aft Rector of 
Backhom Weston, Bath; 1847»-1853«; 
Newc. Select 1852-3 ; won Doable Scalling 
1863 ; BaU. CoU. Oxf. ; 2nd CI. Classics ; 
Barrister, formerly practising in Calcutta ; 
m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of John Gregory 
Watkins of Woodfield, Ombersley, Droit- 
wich^ died of fever at Calcutta, May 7, 
1872. 

John Reginald, J.P.,D.L. Son of J. Y. of 
Forthampton ; 1848"-1854' ; Newc. Select 
1863-4; Prince Consort's French Prize 

1862 ; Eton xi. 1862-3 ; 0pp. WaU 1862-3 ; 
Field XI. 1862, Keeper 1863 ; BalL ColL Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; 1st CI. Mods. 1866 ; 2nd CI. Lit. 
Hum. ; formerly Capt. Tewkesbury R. 
Vol. ; M.P. for Tewkesbury 1864-8, E. 
Gloucester 1872-86, and N. Div. Gloucester 
1886-6 ; J.P. CO. Gloucester, High Sheriff 
1892 ; J.P. and D.L. co. Worcester ; m. 1st, 
Augusta Emmeline, d. of Lieut-G«u. Sir 
Thomas Monteith Douglas, K.C.B., of 
Stonebyres, co. Lanark ; 2nd, Sophia 
Matilda, d. of Baron Vincent de Tuyll 
de Serooskerken. 2 Chesham Street, S. W., 
and Forthampton Court, Tetrketburp. 

Walter Jervoise. 2nd son of J. W. S. 
of Rotherfleld Park, Alton, Hants ; 1847'- 
1863' ; Newc. Med. 1863 ; Sch. of Merton 
Coll. Oxf. ; B. A. ; Ist CI. Mods. 1866 ; Post- 
master of Merton ; Sec. to Gov. of 
Mauritius, aft settled in Queensland; 
J.P. for Queensland ; died uum. June 1890. 

Rt. Hon. Edmund Robert, M.P. Son 
of Sir P. E. W., G.C.S.L, K.C.B., Gov. of 
Bombay ; 1847'-1864« ; Newc. Select 1864 ; 
Eton XI. 1862-3 ; 0pp. Wall 1861-3, Keeper 

1863 ; Field xi. 1862-3 ; won Hurdles 
1863 ; Pres. of Eton Soc. 1863-4 ; Ball. Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; 1st CI. Mods. 1866 ; 1st CI. 
Lit Hum. 1868 ; caUed to the Bar, Lin- 
coln's Inn, 1861 ; Priv. Sec. to Earl of 
Kimberley 1868-74, and to his father 
1876-6; M.P. for Bath since 1880; m. 
Adela Harriet Sophia, d. of Rev. Charles 
Walter Bagot Chanc. of Bath and Wells 
and Rector of Castle Rising, King's Lynn. 
66 Chester Square, S.W., and Minley 
Grange, Famhorough, Hants. 

Capt. Arthur Robert Nutcombe. 
Son of Rev. R. J. G., Vicar of Stratfield 
Mortimer, Berks ; 1845'-1863" ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; Capt 97th Regt ; served 
through the Indian Mutiny, inc. Siege 
of Lucknow : died June 1, 1867. 

Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Divett, 2nd Bt. 
Son of Rt Hon. Sir W. G. H., 1st 
Bt, of South Hill Park; 1847'-1863»; 
Eton XI. 1861-3 ; Field xl 1861 ; Pres. 
Eton Soc. 1862-3 ; winner of 100 yds. 1860 ; 
Ball. Coll. and Sch. of B.N.C. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
3rd Ci. Mods. ; 4th CL Lit Hum. ; Capt 
Gren. Gds., ret 1866 ; Lieut-Col. London 
Rifle Bgde. 1872-81 ; M.P. for Wells 1866-8, 
Bath 1873-86, Walsall 1893-6 and since 
1900 ; a Lord of the Treasury 1880-2 ; 
Financial Sec. at War Office 1882-6 ; 
Ghmn. Public Accounts Committee 1901-2 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Berks and J.P. for 
Somerset ; Member of the Executive 
Comm. of the R. Patriotic Fund; m. 
Henriette, d. of Capt Adrian John Hope. 
9 Orosvenor Square, W. ; South Hill Part, 
Bracknell ; Tintagel, Camelford ; and Lins- 
lade Manoi', Leighton Buzzard. 

' Arthur Cyril. 1846"-1863'' ; Eton viii. 
1863 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Princp. 
Clerk in Audit Office ; died 1896. 



Seale-Hayne 

(Home, H.M.B. & 
J.L.J.) 



Rt. Hon. Charles, of Pitt, Chud- 
leigh, Devon, and Kingswear Castle, 
Dartmouth. Son of C. H. S.-H. of Fuge 
House, Dartmouth ; 1848'-1863' ; Wall xi. 
1862 ; Capt. of Upper Hockey xi. ; 
Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 1857 ; Hon. Col. 
3rd Devon Regt ; Paymaster-Gen. 1892-6 ; 

I M.P. for Mid. Div. of Devon 1886-1903 ; 

' Chmn. of the Dartmouth Harbour Com- 
mission and the Dartmouth and Torbay. 

, Ry. ; Chmn. of Buenos Ayres Northern Ry. 

I and Texas Land and Mortgage Co. ; J.P. 
for Devon, Middlesex and Borough of Dart- 

I mouth ; died Nov. 22, 1903. 



FIFTH FOBM— Upper Division. 



Dugdale ma. 

(E.C.) 



Brandretli 

(Miss Edw. & T.H.S., 
H.D. & R.D.) 



Johnson 

(H.D. «fe F.E.D.) 



Palk 

(W.G.C.) 



Buckle ma. 

(K.S., F.E.D.) 



Tremlett 

rMrs. Ro., aft K.8., 
W.L.E.) 



John Stratford, K.C.,J.P., D.L. 3rd son 
of W. S. D. of Merevale Hall, A therstone, and 
Blythe Hall, Coleshill, Birmingham, 1847='- 
1863" ; Newc. Select 1863 ; Sch. of Merton 
ColL Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister, Inner Temple, 
1862; Recorder of Grantham 1874; Re- 
corder of Birmingham since 1877 ; M.P. 
for Nuneaton Div. of Warwicks 1886-92 ; 
Chmn. of Warwicks Qr. Sessions since 
1883 ; Chmn. of Warwicks C.C. ; Chanc. of 
Diocese of Worcester, and a Trustee of 
Rugby School ; J.P. and D.L. for co. War- 
wick; m. Alice, d of Gen. Henry Alexander 
Carleton, C.B., R. A., of Clare, co. Tipperary. 
29 Eat(m Square, S.W., and 1 Paper BuUd- 
ings. Temple, E. C. 

Rev. Henry, J.P. Son of T. S. B.; 1847»- 
1863" ; TomUne Select 1861, Prizeman 1862 ; 
Field and Wall xls 1862 ; Sch. of Trin. 
Coll. Camb. : M.A. ; 11th Wrangler 1867 ; 
Fellow of Trin. 1868-71; Lecturer and 
Asst Tutor Trin. Coll. Camb. 1868-60; 
Math. Master at Eton 1860-4; Math. Master 
at Rugby 1866 ; Curate of Bisbopgate 
1867-9, St. Andrew Gt., Cambridge, 1869- 
70, Ch. Ch., Liverpool, 1870-1 ; Rector of 
Dickleborough, Scole, Norfolk, 1871-9 ; 
Select Preacher at Cambridge 1887 ; J.P. 
for Norfolk ; m. Louisa Victoria, d. of Col. 
Henry Augustus Jackson ; died June 27, 
1904. 

Rt. Rev. Henry Frank (Bp. of Col- 
chester). Son of Col. J. J. of Walbury, 
HalUngbury, Essex ; 1848'-1863» ; Eton 
VIII. 1862-3 ; won Steeplechase 1862 ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; LL.B.,D.D. ; Camb. viii. 1856 ; 
Pres. C.U.B.C. 1866 ; Cornet 1st Rl. Dra- 
goons 1856-6 ; Ordained 1868 ; Curate at 
Richmond, Surrey 1868-9, Sawbridge- 
worth, Herts, 1860-2 ; 1st Vicar of High 
Wych, Sawbridgeworth, 1862-80; Rector 
of Chelmsford 1880-94 ; Archdn. of Essex 
1886-94 ; Archdn. of Colchester 1894 ; Suf- 
fragan Bp. in tiie Diocese of St Albans ; 
m. Emily Ann, d. of Thomas Perry of Moor 
Hall, Harlow. The Rectory, Chelmsford. 

WiLMOT Henry. 2nd son of R. J. M. P., 
Barrister ; 1846»-1854* ; formerly Clerk in 
the House of Lords ; m. Elizabeth Alex- 
andrina Greig, d. of William Mackenzie of 
Aberdeen ; died June 13, 1876. 

Rev. George Manlby. 6tli son of Rev. 
W. L. B. of Burgh, Banstead, and Vicar of 
Banstead, Epsom ; 1848*-1866' ; Newc. 
Select 1866; Coll. Wall 1863-4 ; Mixed Wall 
1864 ; Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Fellow of King's 1868 ; 2nd CI. Chiss. Trip. 
1869 ; Curate of Thames Dltton 1863-6 ; 
Vicar of East Molesey 1866-9 ; died Oct 7, 
1876. 

Col. Edmund John. Son of Rev. D. T. 
of Rodney Stoke, Cheddar, co. Somerset ; 
1846»-1864» ; Eton xi. 1863-4 ; ColL Wall 
1862-4, Keeper 1864; Keeper of Mixed 
Wall 1864 ; joined Royal Art 1856 ; served 
in the Zulu War 1879 (Med. and clasp) ; 
ret 1882 ; died June 28, 1903. 



1853.] 



FPFEE SCHOOL-^FIFTH FORM. 



Evans 



(II.F.H., aft K.S., 
C.J.A.) 



Farquhar 

(W.E., KB.) 



Heathcote 

(B.H.P. & A.F.B.) 

Pinney 

(C.O.G. & W.B.M.) 



Sparks ma. 

(H.M.B., R.O. & 
C.W.) 



Ashford ma, 

(E.B.) 

Tonge 

(W.G.C, aft. K.S., 
W.G.C.) 



Blackmore 

(Mrs. Ro., aft. K.S., 
H.D.) 

Theobald 

(Miss W., aft. K.S.) 



Tottenham ma. 

(B.C.) 



Warner 

(F.V., W.A.C.) 



Earter 
(B.a) 



George Henry;. Sod of C. E., Chanc. 
of Norwich; 1848'-ie64*; Sch. of King's 
Coll. Camb. ;. M.A., M.D..; Fellow of King's 
1857 ; 3rd CI. Math. Trip^ 1858 ; Dean of 
KingTs 1864-5 ^ Bursar 1865-« ^died Sept. 30,. 
1883. 

Sir Eric Robert Townsend-, 3r(l Bt- 
Eld. son of Sir W. M. T.-F., 2nd Bt., M.P..;. 
1848»-1854* ; Diplomatic Service ; Sec. of 
Legation at Pekin ; died unm., of fever, at 
Pekin, June 1867. 

WiLUAM George. 2nd son of J. M. H. 
of Coningtou Castle, Peterborough ; 1.848"- 
1854»; Eton xi. 1854; Trin. Coll. Camb.; 
died ^t Camb. Oct 1867. 

Rev. John Charles. 2ud son of C. P. 
of Camp House, Clifton, Bristol ; 1847'- 
1854=' ; Eton xi. 1853-4 ; 0pp. Wall 1852-3 ; 
Field XI. 1851-3, Keeper 1851-2 ; Caius 
Coll. Camb.; M.A. ; Curate of Becken- 
ham 1861-2, St Paul's, Beckenham, 1864-6, 
Coleshill 1866-74 ; Vicar of Coleshill since 
1874 ; m. Harriet Margaretta, d. of Rev. 
John Digby Wingfield-Digby, Vicar of 
Coleshill. Coleshill Vicarage^ Birmingham. 

Col. Robert Watson, J.P. Son of J. S. 
of West Lodge, Byfleet, Weybridge; 1848'- 
1853' ; 0pp. Wall 1853 ; served 26 years in 
the 7th Royal Fusiliers ; J.P. for Surrey ; 
m. Jenella, d. of Capt J. Douglas, R.N., 
of Seafleld, Walmer, Deal. 16 Dynevor 
Garden*^ Richmondy Surrey. * 

William. 1847^-1853=' ; formerly in the 
War Dept 

Rev. Denys Nei-son. Son of Rev. 
F. L. Y. ; 1843M854' : Coll. Wall 1853 ; 
Christ's Coll. Camb. ; B.A.. ; Curate of 
Shottesbrooke, Maidenhead, 1860-4, La- 
morbey, Sidcup, Kent, 1864-5, Englefield, 
Reading, 1865-9 ; Vicar of Broxted, Dun- 
mow, 1869-86 ; formerly Diocesan Insp. of 
Schools ; Vicar of Boreham since 1885 ; 
m. Mary Isabel, d. of Rev. John Eyre Yonge 
of Eton. Boreham Vicarage, Chelmsford. 

Arthur. Son of E. B., Solicitor, of 
Fnlham, S.W. ; 1848'-1853'-' ; formerly in 
the Commissariat ; died on his way home 
from China. 

John Shad well. Son of J. T. of Hyde 
Abbey, Winchester ; 1843='-1853= ; Coll. Wall 
1851-2 ; formerly Lieut 18th Regt ; died 
of cholera in India, 1860. 

Col. Charles George, J.P.,D.L. Eld. son 
of C. T. of BaUycurry; 1848»-1854" ; Newc. 
Select 1853 ; Prince Consort's French and 
German Prizes 1852 ; serve«l with the Scots 
Fusilier Gds. in the Crimea (5th CI. Medjidie 
British and Turkish Me<is.) ; M.P. for New 
Ross 1863-8 and 1878-80 ; Hon. Col. Wick- 
low Militia Art ; J.P. for co. Wexford, 
High Sheriff 1874 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Wicklow, High Sheriff 1881 ; m. Catherine 
Elizabeth, d. of Hon. and Rev. Sir Francis 
Jarvis Stapleton, 7tli Bt., Rector of Mere- 
worth, Maidstone. Ballycnrry^ Ashford^ 
R.S.O., CO. Wicklov. 

Sir Joseph Henry, Kt 1847 '-1865': 
Newc. Select 1863 ; Med. 1854 ; Sch. 1855 ; 
Ball. Coll. Oxf . ; Ist CI. Mods, and Gaisford 
Greek Verse 1857 ; Chanc. Latin Prize 1868 ; 
1st CI. Lit Hum. 1869 ; Master of the 
Grocers' Co. and Counsel to Chmn. of 
Committees, House of Lords ; Lieut-Col. 
oomm. 3rd Bn. Middlesex R.V. (V.D.) ; m. 
Mary Wilelmina, d. of James Carson of 
Spinfleld, Marlow ; died 1897. 

Rev. Henry. Son of Rev. C. B., Rector 
of Sar8den,co. Oxford; 1849'-1853";Tomline 
Prizeman 1853 ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
Postmaster of Merton 1853 ; 1st CI. Math. 



Barter— coni. 



Hankey 

(J.L.J,) 



Witt 

(F.V.,aftK.S.,F.E.D.) 



Lewis-Lloyd 

(C.L. & Miss G., C.L. 
& J.L.J.) 



Kindersley ma. 

(E.C.) 



Moore 

(K.S.) 



Mitford 

(W.E., aft K.S., 
F.E.D.) 



Jones ma. 

(J.L.J.) 



Mods, and ^d 01'.- Modis. 1856 ; 3rd CI.- Lit. 
Hum. ; Curate of Bradford-on-Avon 1859*- 
61,, Old Windsor 1861-2 ; Vicar of Lam^ 
bourn, Berks,. 1862-8, Shipton-tinder-- 
Wychwood,. Oxford, 1868-99, Sonning,. 
Reading, 1899^1901; m. Elshett Catherine,. 
d. of Dr. Moberley,. Head Master of Win- 
chester, aft Bp. of Salisbury ; died May 24,. 
1901. 

Rodolph Alexander, D.L. 2nd son ol& 
J..A. H. of Balcombe Place,. Hayward'a 
Heath; 1849»-1855« ; Field,, 0pp. and^ 
Mixed Wall xls 1S64 ;. Eton vhi. 1«66 ;• 
won 100 yds. 1864;. Trin.. CoU.. Camb.^ 
Senr. Opt 1869 ;. West India Merchant in- 
London ; D.L. for Middlesex ; m.. Claras 
Johanna Beata, d. of Emil von Collani ofi 
Breslau, Silesia. 64 Warwick Sq., S, W, 

John George, K.C. Son of J. M. W. 
of 40 Eccleston Square, S.W., & Swaffham 
Prior, Cambridge ; 1848»-1856* ; Newc. 
Select 1856 ; played against Winchester 
1856; CoU. Wall 1863-5; Keeper 1865; 
Mixed Wall 1854-5, Keeper 1855; Sch. 
of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 1st 
CI. Class. Trip. & Hulsean Prize 1860; 
Fellow of King's 1869 ; Barrister-at-Law ; 
m. Emily Anne, d. of James Taylor. 
1 King's Bench Walk, Temple, B.C., and 
Bridge End, Finchampitead, Wokingham. 

Robert, J.P., D.L. Son of T. L.-L. of 
Nantgwillt, Rhayader ; 1847»-1866« ; Eton 
VIII. 1853-5 ; Capt of the Boats 1865 ; won 
Pulling 1853; 0pp. Wall 1853-4; Field 
XI. 1863-4, Keeper 1864 ; Mixed Wall 1854 ; 
Sch. of Magd. CoU. Camb. ; M.A. ; Capt 
Camb. VIII. 1856-9 ; Barrister, Inner 
Temple 1866 ; J.P. and D.L. for co.s 
Brecon and Radnor ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Radnor 1872 ; m. Mary Anne Jane, d. 
of Capt Lewes of Llanlear, co. Cardigan. 
Brgntirion, Rhayader, and Otterhead, 
lloniton. 

Cafi'. Edward Nopan Molbsworth, 
J.P. Son of N. W. K., of the Madras Civil 
Service ; 1848»-1864' ; Field xi. 1853 ; BaU. 
CoU. Oxf. ; formerly Capt 19th Regt ; 
J.P. for Essex ; m. Ada Good, d. of John 
Murray, solicitor, of 17 Whitehall Place, 
S.W. clo R. M. Kindersley, 31 Rosary 
Gardens, 8. W. 

Rev. Denis Times. Son of F. M., 
Surgeon, of Much Hadham, Herts ; 1849*- 
1864" ; Exhib. of Exeter CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
Vicar of Woolton HiU, Newbury, 1878-84, 
aft Uving at Brighton ; dead. 

Algernon Beriham Freeman- (1st 
Lord Redesdale), C.B., K.C.V.O. 3rd son of 
H. R. M. of Exbury, Soutliampton, and 
Newton Park, Northumberland; 1846'- 
1864» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 2nd CI. Mods. ; ent 
Foreign Office 1858 ; 3rd Sec. of Embassy 
at St Petersburg 1863 ; appointed to Pekin 
1865 ; 2nd Sec. of Legation in Japan 1868 ; 
Sec. to H. M.'s Office of Works 1874-86 ; 
M.P. for S.W. Warwicks 1892-5 ; Member 
of Royal Commn. on Civil Services 1887 ; 
Trustee of Wallace Collections 1897; 
J.P., D.L. and C.C. for co. Gloucester ; m. 
Lady Clementine Gertrude Helen Ogilvy, 
d. of David, 7th Earl of Airlie. 29 Picm- 
dilly, W., and Batsford Park, Moreton-in- 
Marsh. 

Edward Talbot Day (aft. Foxcroft), 
J.P., D.L. Eld. son of T. J. of Hinton 
House; 1849''-1855" ; Newc. Select 1865; 
BaU. CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister, Inner 
Temple, 1866 ; formerly Capt N. Somerset 
Yeo. Cav. ; J.P., D.L., and C.C. for 
Somerset, High Sheriff 1890 ; m. Wilhel- 
mina Colquhoun, d. of Robert Robertson- 
Glasgow of Montgreeuan, Irvine. Hinton 
House, Hinton Charterhouse, Bath, and 
Halsteads, Ingleton, co. York. 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1853. 



Harding 

(W.J. & F.V., W.J.) 



Collins ma, 

(Mrs. p., W.J.) 



Arkwright 

(R.O. & C.W.) 



Smith 

(Mrs. Bo., E.H.P.) 

Cliiford 

(H.D.) 

Swinburne 

(W.J.) 



Warre 

(Mrs. Vav., F.V. & 
W.B.M., E.C. & 
W.B.M.) 



Patteson 

(K.S., E.H.P.) 

Holland ma. 

(Mrs. H., W.J.) 



Pry or ma. 



Tyrrell 

(W.E., B.H.P.) 

Assheton 

(W.A.O.) 



Rkv. Canon John Taylor. Son of J. H. 
of Henbary Hill, near Bristol; 1847'- 
185?'; Eton viii. 1861-3; Capt. of the 
Boats 1853 ; Field xi. 1851 ; Wall xi. 1862 ; 
Merton CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Strattou, Cirencester, 1861-4; Vicar of 
Rockfield, Mo^moath, 1873-1902 ; Rural 
Dean of Monmouth since 1884 ; Proctor 
for Diocese of Llandaff since 1896 ; Preb. 
of St Nicholas in Llandaff Cath. since 
1897 ; m. Patty, d. of John Etiberington 
Welch Rolls of The Hendre, Monmouth. 
Fentwyn^ mar Monmouth. 

Charles. 2nd sou of E. C. of Truthan, 
Truro, and Newton Ferrers, Callington, 
CornwaU ; 1847«-1864* ; Merton Coll. Oxf.; 
killed by a fall from his horse in S. 
America. 

Rev. George. 3rd sou of J. A. of 
Hampton Court, Leominster ; 1849»-1863' ; 
Merton Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Bar- 
thomley, Cheshire, aft. Rector of Pen- 
combe, CO. Hereford 1861-77; m. Elizabeth, 
d. oi Lloyd, 3rd Lord Kenyon, of Gred- 
ington, Flint ; died Oct. 5, 1877. 

John Graham. 1848»-1863»; formerly 
in the 2nd Life Gds. ; dead. 

Hen-ry Somers Morgan. Son of Col. 
M. C. of Llantilio, co. Monmouth ; 1849''- 
1864» ; Merton ColL Oxf. ; died at Merton. 

Algernon Charles. Son of Adml. 
C. H. S., R.N. ; 1849»-1863* ; Prince Con- 
sort's French and Italian Prizes 1863 ; 
Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; Taylor Sch. 1858; Author 
of *Atalanta in Calydon,' * Poems and 
Ballads,* and many other well known 
works. 2 The Fines^ Putney HUl, S. W. 

Rev. Edmond, D.D., M.V.O., V.D. 2ud 
son of H. W. of Bindon House, Langford 
Biidville, Wellington, Som. ; 1849»-1864» ; 
Newc. Sch. 1864; won School Pulling 
1864 ; Sch. of BalL CoU. Oxf. 1856 ; Ist CI. 
Mods. 1866; 1st CI. Lit Hum. 1869; 
Fellow of All Souls' 1859 ; Oxf. vin. 1857-8 ; 
Pres. O.U.B.C. 1869 ; founded Rifle Corps 
at Oxf. ; Hon. Fellow of Ball. 1896 ; 
Assist Master at Eton 1860-84, Head 
Master since 1884 ; Hon. Col. 2nd Bucks 
(Eton Coll.) R.V. 1884; Hon. Chap- 
lain to Queen Victoria ; Hon. Chaplain 
to the King ; Preb. of Wells since 1899 ; 
m. Florence Dora, d. of Lieut-CoL Charles 
St Lo Malet of FpntmeU Parva, Dorset 
Eton College, Windsor, and The Manor 
House, Finchampstead, Wokingham. 

Thomas Charles. Son of Rev. T. P., 
Vicar of Hambledon ; 1849»-1864» ; CoU. 
WaU 1854; Merton CoU. Oxf.; Post- 
master of Merton 1866 ; Barrister, 
practising in New Brunswick. 

Edward Thurstan. Son of E. H. of 
Dumbleton HaU, Evesham; 1849»-1863'' ; 
Trtfi. CoU. Camb. ; M.A. ; Barrister, Lin- 
coln's Inn ; m. Marianne, d. of William 
GaskeU ; died Sept 27, 1884. 

Rev. John Eade. Eld. son of J. P. of 
BaWock, Herts ; 1846'-1864" ; Newc. Select 
1854 ; Magd. CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Rector of 
Bennington, Stevenage, 1860-81 ; m. Mary 
Gertrude, d. of Alfred Pett M.D. ; died 
July 5, 1884. 

George. Sou of Capt T. of Fordhook, 
Middlesex ; 1848«-1863» ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; 
M.A.; Barrister; died 1887. 

Rev. Richard Orme. 2nd son of W. A. 
of Downham HaU, CUtheroe ; 1849»-1863« ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Warminster 
1860-2 ; Rector of Bilton, 1862-96 ; Rural 
Dean of Dunchurch, Rugby, 1874-93 ; m. 
Charlotte Emma Willonghby, d. of Joseph 
Peilden of Witton Park, Lancaster. The 
Gable House, Bilton, Rugby. 



Tyler 

(E.C.) 

Hicks 

(Miss E., aft K.S., 
C.J.A. & C.W.) 



Lambton 

(C.L.) 



Wharton 

(Mrs. H. & Miss G., 
J.L.J.) 



Willats 

(Mrs. D.) 



West 

(F.E.D.) 



Dawson ma. 

(E.C.) 



Smith 

(W.L.E.) 



Edgar 

(Miss E.) 



Godman 

(W.L.E.) 



I 



William Robertson. Son of Rev. 
J. E. T., Canon of St Paufs ; 1848»-1863*'; 
won School ScuUing 1862; Capt 16ih 
Regt ; died Nov. 10, 1863. 

Rev. George Grisdale. Son of Rev. 
W. H., Rector of Coberley, Cheltenham ; 
1848»-1856» ; Exeter Coll. Oxt ; B.A. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. ; formerly Curate of Coberley ; 
m. Georgina Charlotte, d. of Charles 
Gordon ; died Oct 18*, 1882. 

Maj.-Gen. Arthur, C.B. 4th son of 
W. H. L. of Biddick HaU, Durham ; 1849»- 
1863» ; ent Army 1854; Col. 1880 ; Heut- 
CoL Comm. 1st Bn. Coldstream Gds. 
1882-6 ; Maj.-Gen. 1890 (ret 1892) ; served 
in Crimea 1854-6 (mentioned in despatches, 
med. with clasp, 5th Class Medjidie, 
Turkish med.) ; Egyptian war 1882 (med. 
with clasp, 4th Class Osmanieh, Khedive's 
Star) ; Soudan 1886 (mentioned in de- 
spatches, C.B., clasp); m. AUoe, d. of 
Robert Lister. Old Tree, Hoath, Canter- 
bury. 

Robert. Son of R. W., Barrister, Judge 
of the County Court, N. Riding of Yorks ; 
1849»-1856» ; Cox Eton viii. 1864 ; Field 
XL 1853, Keeper 1854 ; Sch. of Magd. CoU. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Cox of Camb. viil 1857-8. 
Surrey House, Victoria Embankment, W.C, 
and Hurley, Marlow. 

William Hall. Of Denton Court, 
Canterbury; son of — W. of Denton 
Court ; 1846»-1863» ; 0pp. WaU 1863 ; F^eld 
XI. 1852, Keeper 1853 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Bar- 
rister ; formerly Lieut E. Kent Mounted 
Rifles ; J.P. for Kent ; m. JuUa Ruperta, 
d. of Col. Charles GostUng-Murray ; died 
1893. 

Col. William Cornwallis, V.D., J.P. 
2ud son of F. R. W. of Ruthin Castle ; 1849'- 
1854' ; caUed to ttie Bar, Linootu's Inn, 
1862; Lord-Lieut of co. Denbigh since 
1872, High Sheriff 1872 ; Hon. Col. 3rd Bn. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; M.P. for W. div. 
of CO. Denbigh 1885-93 ; J.P. and G.C. 
for Hants ; m. Mary Adelaide Virginia 
Eupataria, d. of Rev. Frederick Fitz- 
patrick. Rector of Cloone, Dromod, co. 
Leitrim. 65 Jermyn Street, S.W.; New- 
lands Manfyr, Lymington, and Ruthin 
Castle, North Wales. 

Edward Finch. Of Launde Abbey, 
Leicester; eld. son of E. D. of Whatton, 
Nottingham ; 1849'-1853* ; formerly Capt 
InniskilUng Dragoons ; served in the 
Crimea ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Leicester, High 
Sheriff 1867 ; m. Emily Sarah, d. of Thomas 
Fowke Andrew Burnaby of Brampton 
Manor, Huntingdon; died Aug. 21, 1892. 

Hugh Colin. 3rd son of J. A. S. of 
Dale Park, Sussex; 1849»-1864«; Trin. 
CoU. Camb. ; a Director of the Bank of 
England, Gov. 1897-9 ; one of H.M. Lients. 
for City of London ; m. Constance Maria 
Josepha, d. of Henry John Adeane, of 
Babraham, Cambridge. 71 Prince's Qaie, 
8. W., and Mount Clare, Roehampton, S. W. 

Robert. Son of R. B., of Hart St, 
Mark Lane, E.C. ; 1844M853' ; Bonn, Ger- 
many; Assist Sec. and Foreign Corre- 
spondent to Renter's City Co. ; m. d. of W. 
Boulton, Chemist, Essex ; died March 6, 
1881. 

Percy Sandbn, J.P. 4th sou of J. G. of 
Park Hatch, Godalming ; 1849'-1863»; 
Trin. CoU. Camb. ; B.A. ; J.P. for Sussex ; 
m. Isabel Frederica, d. of Frederick 
SmiUie. Muntham, Horsham. 



1853.J 



UPPEE SCHOOL—FIFTH FOEM. 



Lane 

(T.H.S., E.B.) 



Huddleston 

(K.S.. C.L. & J.L.J.) 



Field wa, 

(P.E.D.) 



Waud wa. 

(Miss E., C.O.G.) 



Waud mi, 

(Miss E., aft. K.S., 
C.O.G.) 



Knox 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Knatchbull- 
Hugessen nm. 

(E.B.) 

Peacock 

(B.H.P. & W.L.E.) 



Huare 

(E.B.) 



Lovett 

(Mrs. H. & Miss G., 
F.E.D.) 



Moore 

(B.B.) 



Watkins nia. 



Rev. John Reynolds. 3rd son of C. L. 
of Badgemore, Henley-ou-Thames ; 1848"- 
1854» ; Trin. ColL Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Great Haseley, Wallingford, 1861-2, Ayn- 
hoe, Northants, 1863-8 ; Vicar of Roxby, 
Doncaster, 1868-79, Morhanger, Beds, 1879- 
83, Tattersett with Tatterford, Norfolk, 
1883-90, Elmore, Gloucester, 1890-6; Rector 
of Hampnett with Btowell Northleach, 
Glos, 1896-1904 ; m. Nura Norman, d. of 
Sir WiUiam Holmes ; died Oct 4, 1904. 

LiEUT.-CoL. George Cropt. Of Upwell^ 
Isle of Ely, co. Camb. ; eld. son of Rev, 
G. J. H. of Upwell, and Rector of Tun 
worth, Basingstoke; 1849M864" ; Coll. 
Wall XI 1863 ; BaU. ColL Oxf. ; Lieut-CoL 
13th Hussars ; J.P. for co. Cambridge ; m. 
Emily Henrietta, d. of Rt Hon. William N. 
Massey, M.P. ; died Mar. 18, 1896. 

GEOR(iE Hanbury. Of Ashurst Park, 
Tuubridge Wells; eld. son of Q. F. of 
Ashurst ; 1849'-1864» ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; Brewer (Truman, Hanbury & Co.), 
Banker and Director ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Kent; m. 1st, Lady Greorgiana Turnour, 
d. of Edward, 4th Earl of Winterton ; 2nd, 
Hon. Emily Maude, d. of Charles Stewart, 
2nd Visct. Hardiuge ; died July 7, 1901. 

Edward Wilkes. Son of E. W. W. of 
Manston Hall, Leeds ; 1848»-1863» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; formerly Capt 4th W. York 
Militia; J.P. for W. Riding of Yorks; 
m. Hon. Elizabeth, d. of William, 2nd 
Lord Heytesbury; died at Montreal, 
March 24, 1904. 

Brian Wilkes. Son of E. W. W. of Man- 
ston Hall, Leeds: 1848M866'; Eton xl 
1865 ; Coll. Wall 1863-4, Mixed Wall 1864 ; 
Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Oxf. xi. 1867-60 ; 
formerly Barrister, Northern Circuit; died 
at Toronto, May 30, 1889. 

Henry George Augustus, J.P. Son of 
Rev. H. C. K., Vicar of Lechlade, co. 
Gloucester ; 1848''-1854» ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. : 
M.A.; J.P. and C.C. for Berks; Ohmn. 
Wokingham R.D. Council; m. Elizabeth 
Anne, d. of T. S. Carter of Moor Place, 
Much Hadham, Herts. Sonning, Reading. 

Herbert Thomas. Of Lynsted, Sit- 
tingbonrne; 9th son of Rt Hon. Sir E. 
KnatchbuU, 9th Bt, of Mersham Hatch, 
Ashford, Kent; 1848'-1863«; Trin. Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister 1860 ; M.P. for N.E. 
Kent 1886-96. Carlton Club, 94 Pall 
Mall, S.W. 

Frederick Barnes. Son of Rt Hon. 
Sir B. P., Kt, Chief Justice at Calcutta ; 
1S48»-1863»; Bengal Civil Service; Sec. 
Board of Revenue, Calcutta ; died on board 
ship in the Mediterranean on passage 
home, 1894. 

Hamilton Noel (aft Hamilton-Hoare). 
Eld. son of Rev. W. H. H. of Oakfield ; 
1847»-1853'' ; Eton xi. 1861-63, Capt 1863 : 
Banker (Hoare's Bank), ret Oakfield Lodge, 
Three Bridges, Sussex, and 3 Drapcott 
Place, Chelsea, S. W. 

John Henniker, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
T. L. of Femhill ; 1848»-1863'' ; Eton viii. 
1863 ; formerly Capt 2nd Life Gds. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Salop, High SheriflE 1872 ; m. 
Laura, d. of Philip Morier, H.M.'s MiMister 
at Dresden. Fernhill, Oswestry. 

Major John Croft. 1849»-1864» ; Eton 
viii. 1862-4 ; Capt of the Boats 1864 ; 0pp. 
Wall 1853 ; Major Rifle Bgde. ; served in 
the Crimea (mentioned in despatches, Med. 
and Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Meds.) ; 
Indian Mutiny 1867-8 including siege and 
capture of Lucknow (Med. and Clasp); 
ret 1871 ; m. Amy Sophia, d. of Thomas 
Chamberlayne of Cranbury Park, Win- 
chester ; died Aug. 26, 1889. 

J.G. . 1856. 



Filmer 

(H.D.) 



Lord E. 

(B.C.) 



Clinton 



Salting 

(E.C.) 

Mozley ma, 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 

Churton 

Mrs. de R., aft K.e 
E.C.) 



Kirby ma, 

(E,C.) 



Dawson mi, 

(E.C.) 



Blofeld 

(Mrs. H. dc Miss G., 
F.E.D.) 



Nelson 

(Mrs. de R., aft 
K.S., C.O.Q. & R.D.) 



Sir Edmund, 9tb Bt Of East Sutton 
Park, Staplehurst, Kent; eld. son of Sir 
E. F., 8th Bt, of East Sutton ; 1848='-1863=' ; 
Capt Gren. Gds.; M.P. for W. Kent, 
1869-«6, for Mid-Kent 1880-84 ; D.L. for 
Kent, High Sheriff 1870 ; m. Hon. Mary 
Georgiana Caroline, d. of Arthur Marcus 
Cecil, 2nd Lord Sandys ; died Dec. 17, 1886. 

CoL. Lord Edward William Pelham- 
Clinton, G.C.V.O., K.C.B. 2nd son of 
Henry Pelham, 6th Duke of Newcastle, 
K.G. ; 1848'-1864» ; Cox Eton viii. 1863 ; 
Ensign Rifle Bgde. 1864 ; served in the 
Crimea after the fall of Sebastopol ; Capt 
1867 ; in Canada 1861-6 ; Lieut-CoL 1678 ; 
ret 1880 ; in India 1880 ; M.P. for N. Notts 
1866-8; Sherwood Rangers Yeo. Cav. 
1866-8; Comm. Loudon Rifle Vol. Bgde, 
1881-90; Groom-in- Waiting to Queen 
Victoria 1881-94; Master of Queen 
Victoria's Household 1894-1901; G.C. 
Saxe-Brnestine Order 1897 ; G.C. Crown of 
Prussia 1901 ; D.L. for Notts ; Groom-in- 
Waiting to the King since 1901 ; m. Matilda 
Jane, d. of Sir William Edmund Cradock- 
Hartopp, 3rd Bt The Heights, W'itleff, 
Qodalming, and 81 Ecdeston Square, S. W. 

George. Son of an Australian Mer- 
chant; 1848»-1863». 86 St. James's Street, 
S.W. 



H.N. 



1866. 



Rev. Canon Wiluam Ralph. Son of 
Archdii. E. C, Rector of Crayke, Easing- 
wold ; 1860»-1866» ; Newc. Select 1864r-6 ; 
Tomline Select 1864; Prizeman 1866; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A., B.D. ; 
Hulsean Prize and Fellow of King's 
1869 ; 1st CI. Math. Trip, and Ist CL Theo. 
Trip. 1860; 16th Wrangler; D.D. of 
Trin. Coll. Hartford, Connecticut^ U.S.A. ; 
Curate of St George's, Kidderminster, 
1860-4, Great St Mary's, Cambridge, 
1864-86, St Luke's, Chesterton, 1886-97 ; 
Tutor at King's 1866-7, Dean 1866-79; 
Examining Chaplain to Bishop of St 
Albans 1860-97 ; Hon. Canon of Rochester 
1871-7; Canon of St Albans 1877-97; 
Author of various Theological Works ; 
died unm. May 24, 1897. 

Thomas Frederick. Son of Capt 
T. K., R.N., of Inhurst House, Hants; 
1848M866*; Newc. Select 1866; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 5th Class. Trip, and 
Fellow of Trin. 1869 ; Barrister ; Bursar 
of Winchester Coll. ; m. Helen, d. of 
W. John Hunter. The College, Winchester. 

Charles Alfred. 2nd son of E. D. of 
Whatton, Nottingham ; 1860"-1866* ; Ball. 
ColL Oxf.; Barrister, Midland Circuit; 
Inspector, Local Govt Board; m. Edith, 
d. of Philippe de Broca, Capt French 
Navy ; died 1901. 

Thomas Calthorpe. Eld. son of Rev. 
T. J. B. of Hoveton ; 1860»-1866» ; Eton 
viii. 1864-5, Stroke 1865 ; Pres. of Eton 
Soc. 1864-6 ; 0pp. Wall 1863-4, Keeper 
1864; Field xi. 1863-4, Mixed WaU 1863-4 ; 
Trin. ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; Barrister, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1862, South Eastern Circuit ; 
Recorder of Ipswich since 1877 ; Chanc. of 
the Diocese of Norwich ; Pres. of Norwich 
Union Life Insurance Soc. ; J.P. for Nor- 
folk ; m. Fanny Elizabeth, d. of Rev. John 
Anthony Partridge, Rector of Bacons- 
thorpe. Holt, Norfolk. Hoveton House, 
Noru!ich, 



J. H. 



1866. 



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[1853. 



Hicks-Beach 

(P.B.D.) 



Macaulay 

(T.H.S., aft. 
K.S., W.G.C.) 

Wicksted ma, 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Wise 

(F.V., W.A.C.) 

Lloyd 

(Mrs. Vav. & T.H.fe., 
aft. K.S., F.E.D.) 



Howorth 

(K.S., W.J.) 



Egerton 

(J.L.J.) 



Pinckney ma. 

(F.E.D.) 



Hudson 

(T.H.S., E.H.P. & 
F.E.D.) 



Leighton 

(R.O.) 



Rt. Hon. Sir Michael Edward, 9th 
Bt Eld. son of Sir M. H. H.-B., 8tli 
Bt. ; 1860"-1856= ; Newc. Select 1865 ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Ist CI. Law and Mod. 
Hist 1868; Hon. D.C.L. 1878; Capt. N. 
Gloucs. Militia 1862-76 ; M.P. East Glou- 
cesters 1864-86 ; Under Sec. Home Dept. 
and Sec. of Poor Law Board 1868 ; Chief 
Sec. for Ireland 1874-8 and 1886-7 ; Sec. 
for the Colonies 1878-80; Chanc. of the 
Exchequer 1886-6 and 1896-1902 ; Pres. of 
Board of Trade 1888-92 ; Church Estates 
Commr. 1892-6; M.P. W. Bristol 1886- 
1900 and since 1900 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Gloucester; High Steward of Glouc. ; 
Prov. Grand Master co. Glouc. since 1880 ; 
m. 1st, Caroline Susan, d. of John Henry 
Elwes of Colesbourne Park, Andoversford, 
CO. Glouc. ; 2nd, Lady Lucy Catherine 
Fortescue, d. of Hugh, 3rd Earl Fortescue. 
Coin St. Aldiryns, Fairford, co. Glouc. 

Henry George. Son of Rev. J. M., 
Vicar of Loppington, Shrewsbury ; 1849"- 
1866* ; formerly in the Treasury Office;dead. 

George Edmund. Of Betley Hall, 
Crewe ; eld. son of C. W. of Betley, and 
Shakenhurst, Cleobury Mortimer, Salop ; 
1849='-1864'' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Barrister ; J.P. 
for Salop and Cheshire ; m. Margaret Mary 
Theresa, d. of Sir Edward Blount, 8th Bt., of 
Sodington, co. Worcester ; died Feb.27, 1896. 

Charles John. 2nd son of M. W. of 
Shrubland Hall, Leamington ; 1849='-1863'' ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. : B.A. ; m. Louisa Caroline, d. 
of Richard Malone Sneyd; died July 19,1896. 

Alfred Hart. 6th son of G. L. of 
Cowesby Hall,Thirsk; 1849^-1865'; Coll. 
Wall 1863-4 ; Mixed Wall 1864 ; Merton 
Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Jackson Sch. ; settled 
in Queensland (1869-96), Squatter 10 years, 
Sugar Planter 20 years ; m. Maria, d. of 
William Walker- of Dnmbleton, co. Glou- 
cester ; died at Wahroonga, Sydney, 
N.S.W., June 30th, 1902. 

Thomas Orton. Son of Rev. W. H., 
Rector of Whitton, Ipswich ; 1848»-1853» ; 
formerly Capt. 44th Regt. ; severely 
wounded in the Crimea ; died at sea. 

George Mark Leycester. Of North 
Muskham, Newark ; eld. son of Rev. T. E. 
Rector of Middle, Shrewsbury; 1860'- 
1864* ; formerly Capt Rifle Bgde. ; aft 
Hon. Major 4th Vol. Bn. Sherwood Forest- 
ers ; Handicapper to Jockey Club ; J.P. for 
Notts : m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of Sir Edward 
Blackett, 6th Bt ; died Sept 2, 1898. 

WiLUAM, J.P. 4th son of R. P. of Ames- 
bury, Salisbury; 1848^-1863"; Eton viii. 
1862-3, Stroke 1863 ; won Double Sculling 
1851 ; Field & 0pp. Wall xi.s 1852 ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Oxf. viii. 1864-6 ; for- 
merly Major Ist Wilts R.V. ; Banker ; J.P. 
for Wilts ; m. Frances Charlotte, d. of Rev. 
George Frederick Everett Rector of Shaw, 
Newbury. MUford Mill House^ Salisbury. 

Rev. Robert. Son of R. H., F.R.S., of 
Clapham Common, Surrey; 1860'-1863'' ; 
Tomline Select 1852-3 ; won Sculling 1853 ; 
Sch. of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 40th 
Wrangler 1868 ; Math. Master at Eton 1868- 
60 ; Curate of Rowington, Warwick,1860-3 ; 
All Saints', Cambridge, 1863-7, Grantham 
1867-71 ; Hon. Chap. R. Alexandra Hosp. 
Brighton 1874-88 ; m. Marian, d. of George 
Fisher of the Leys, Cambridge. Houghton^ 
9 The Drive^ Brighton. 

Sir Baldwyn, 8th Bt Of Loton Park, 
Shrewsbury ; eld. son of Sir B. L., 7th Bt, 
of Loton Park ; 1860''-1863» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; formerly S. Salop Yeo. ; M.P. for S. 
Salop 1877-86 ; J.P. and D.L. for Salop ; m. 
Hon. Eleanor Leicester Warren,d.of George, 
2nd Lord de Tabley ; died Jan. 22, 1897. 



Waddington 

(Mrs. Vav., C.O.G.) 



Yeo 

(F.V., W.L.E.) 



Be.iumont 

(R.O.) 

Brougham 

(W.E., C.O.G. & R.D.) 



Eraser 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Shaw-Stewart 

(R.O., H.D. & J.E.Y.) 



Wharton 

(Mrs. H. & Miss G., 
J.L.J.) 



Boughey ma. 

(F.V., W.A.C.) 



Hamilton 

(KB.) 

Sir George Young 

(Home, J.L.J.) 

Bosanquet ma. 

(Miss E., aft K.S., E.B.) 

Smith 

(T.H.S., aft K.S., 
F.E.D.) 

Tottenham mi. 

(E.C.) 



George. Son of Maj.-Gen. C. W., C.B., 
H.E.LC., Bombay Engineers ; 1848='-1863» ; 
Bombay Civil Service ; Collector and 
Political Agent, Bombay Presidency (ret 
1896) ; died April 28, 1902. 

William Arundell. Of Fremington 
House, Barnstaple, and Dlnham House, St 
Mlnver, Wadebrldge, Cornwall ; son of 
W. A. Y. of Fremington; 1849M864' ; 
Field XI. 1863 ; Eton xi. 1854 ; Oriel Coll. 
Oxf. ; Barrister, Western Circuit ; died 
unm. Sept 1880. 

Richard. Son of Capt R. B., R.N., of 
Bossall House, Yorks ; 1860*-1856" ; won 
SculUug and Double Sculling 1855 ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; formerly a Sheep Farmer iu 
New Zealand ; dead. 

Hon. Henry Charles (3rd Lord 
Brougliam and Vaux). Eld. son of 
William, 2nd Lord B. and V. ; 1849»-1863» ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Clerk In House of Lords 
1867-86 ; J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland 
and WestmorUind ; m. Adora Frances Olga, 
d. of Peter Wells of Forest Farm, Windsor 
Forest, and widow of Sir Richard Cour- 
tenay Musgrave, 11th Bt, of Edenhall, 
Langwathby, Cumberland. 36 Chesham 
Place, S.W.; Brougham Hall, Penrith; 
and Chdteau EUonore, Cannes, France. 

Hugh. Son of Sir J. F. ; 1849*-1854' ; 
formerly Sec. of Legation and Consul-Gen. 
in Chill, Rome, and Vienna. 

Robert Farquhar. 3rd son of Sir M. 
Sliaw-Stewart 6th Bt ; 1848=*-1853» ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; m. Isabella Jane, d. of Hon. 
Charles William Warner, C.B. Bock Ibris, 
North Berwick. . , 

Rt. Hon. John Lloyd. Of Dryburn, 
Durham ; son of J. T. W. of Dryburn ; 
1850''-1866» ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; B.A. ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1862 ; 
M.P. for Durham 1871-4, and for Ripon 
Dlv. W. Riding of Yorks since 1886; 
Hon. D.C.L. of Durham 1887; Director 
N.E. Railway; Knt of Grace, St John 
of Jerusalem ; J.P., D.L., C.C. and Chmn. 
of Qr. Sessions for co. Durham ; J.P. for W. 
Riding of Yorks ; m. Susan Frances, d. of 
Rev. Arthur Duncombe Shafto, Rector of 
Brancepeth, co. Durham. Ic King Street, 
St. James's, S.W., and Bramham, Tadcaster^ 
Yorks. 

Sir Thomas Fletcher, 4th Bt, J.P.,D.L. 
Eld. son of Sir T. F. F. B., 3rd Bt, of Aqua- 
late ; 1848='-1864" ; won Steeplechase 1854 ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Capt 2nd Stafford 
Militia ; D.L. for co. Stafford, High Sheriff 
1898; J.P. for co. Salop; m. Sarah Ana- 
bella, d. of Harold Llttledale of Liscard 
Hall, Birkenhead. WUlaston Cottage, 
Nanttjoich, and Aqualale, Newport, Salop. 

Hans James. Eld. son of J. H. H. of 
Abbotstown, Castleknock, and bro. of Ion 
Trant, 1st Ld. Hohnpatrick ; 1848»-1866'' ; 
died Nov. 8, 1862. 

. 1866. 



F. A. 
G. 



. 1856. 
. 1856. 



Loptus Richard. 2nd son of C. T. of 
Ballycurry, Ashford, co. Wlcklow ; 1860'- 
1863=' ; E. I. Coll. Halleybury ; Bengal Civil 
Service; Judge of the High Court, Cal- 
cutta ; ret 1893 ; m. Georgina Emily, d. of 
Arthur Littledale, B.C.S., of Stoke Hill 
House, Guildford. Maisemore Park, Glou- 
cester. 



1853.] 



UPPER SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



Sir Mountstuart 
Jackson 

(Mrs. Vav., W.A.C.) 

Parker 

(W.E., F.B.D.) 



Scott mi. 

(B.C.) 



Congreve 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 



Colvin 

(W.A.C.) 



Mr. Herbert 

(E.C.) 



Sperling 

(F.V., aft. K.S., W.J.) 



Burnaby mi. 

(F.V., E.C. & W.B.M.) 



Mr. Hervey 

(E.B.) 



Sir Mountstuart Goodricke, 3rd Bt 
Eld. son of Sir K. A. J., 2nd Bt. ; 1849*- 
1853" ; E. I. Coll. Haileybury ; ent. Bengal 
Civil Service 1855 ; perished in the massacre 
at" Lucknow during the Indian Mutiny, 
Nov. 16, 1867. 

Samuel Sandbach, J.P. 3rd son of 
C. S. P. of Aigburth, Liverpool; 1860'- 
1863"; Bonn University; West Indian 
Merchant; J.P. co. Lancaster; m. 1st, 
Isabella, d. of Capt. Henry Gore-Booth, 
Scots Fusilier "Gds. ; 2nd, Emily Ethel, 
d. of Col. F. M. Birch, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Caldy Manor, West Kirby, Cheshire. 

Rev. Charles James. Of Rotherfield 
Park, near Alton, Hants; 3rd son of 
J. W. S. of Rotherfield; 1850'-1856"' ; 
Merton Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Postmaster of 
Merton 1855 ; 1st CI. Nat. Science 1858 ; 
2nd CI. Hist. ; Curate of St. Mellion, Corn- 
wall, 1870-1 ; Rector of St. John the Evan- 
gelist, Forres, 1873-96, East Tisted, Alton, 
Hants, 1896-9 ; m. Ruth, d. of Robert 
Caldwell of Charleston, S. Carolina, U.S.A. : 
died at Cannes May 10, 1899. 

Rev. George. 2nd son of Capt. W. W. C. 
of Congreve, co. Stafford, and Burton Hall, 
Nestou, Chester ; 1849"-1854" ; Exeter Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Missionary of the Soo. of 
St. John Evangelist at Cowley. Mission 
House, Chapel Street, Cape Town, S. Africa. 

Sir Auckland, K.C.S.L,K.C.M.G.,C.LE. 
Son of J. R. C, Bengal Civil Service; 
Lieut.-Gov. Agra Presidency ; 1850»-1864" ; 
E. I. Coll. Haileybury ; Indian Civil Service 
1858-79 ; Comptroller-General in Egypt 
1880-2 ; Financial Adviser to Khedive 
1882-3 ; Financial Member of Viceroy's 
Council, India, 1883-7 ; Lieut.-Gov. N.W. 
Provs. and Oudh 1887-92, ret. 1892 ; Grand 
Cordons of Osmanieh and Medjidie ; 
Chmn. Burmah Rlys. Co. and Egyptian 
Delta Light Rlys. Co.; m. Charlotte 
Elizabeth, d. of Lieut.-Gen. Charles 
Herbert, C.B. Earl Soham Lodge, Fram- 
lingham, R.8.O., Suffolk. 

Hon. Auberon Edward William 
Molyneux, D.C.L. 3rd son of Henry 
John George, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon ; 
1850'-1865' ; Newc. Select 1856 ; St. John's 
Coll. Oxf. ; 2nd CI. Mods. ; FeUow of St. 
John's ; formerly Lieut. 7th Hussars ; 
M.P. for Nottingham 1870-i ; Journalist ; 
m. Lady Florence Amabell, d. of George 
Augustus Frederick, 6th Earl Cowper. 
Old House, Hingteood, Southampton. 

Childers George. 1860»-1865" ; Coll. 
Wall 1854 ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; Postmaster 
of Merton ; Boden Sanscrit Sch. 1858 ; 
dead. 

Thomas Frederick (aft. Burnaby- 
Atkins), J.P., D.L. 2nd son of T. F. A. B. 
of Brampton Manor House, near Hunting- 
don; 1849»-1854": Trin. Hall, Camb. ; 
M.A. ; formerly Solicitor at Newark ; 
J.P. for Staffs ; J.P. and D.L. for Kent ; 
m. Elizabeth, d. of John Francklin of 
Gonalston Hall, Nottingham. Orgreave 
Hall, Lichfield, and Halstead Place, 
Sevenoaks. 

Lord Augustus Henry Charles. 2nd 
son of Frederick William, 2nd Marquis of 
Bristol ; 1848»-1855' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; formerly in the Diplomatic Service, 
aft. M.P. for W. Suffolk ; m. Mariana, d. 
of William P. Hodnett, and widow of 
Ashton Benyon of Stetchworth Park, 
Newmarket ; died May 28, 1875. 



St. Aubyn ma. 

(F.E.D.) 



Way 



(Mrs. H., H.D. & R.D.) 



Sir Wm. Forbes 

(W.A.C.) 



Antrobus 

(R.O.) 



Wethered ma. 

(H.D., C.O.G. & 
W.B.M.) 



Mills 

(Miss G., E.B.) 



Gledstanes ma. 

(W.L.E.) 



Jones 

(W.L.E.) 



Radcliff 

(J.E.Y.) 



Edward, J.P., D.L. 4th son of Sir E. 
St. A., 1st Bt., of St. Michael's Mount, 
Marazion, Cornwall; 1849*-1864' ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; Barrister, Lincoln's 
Inn ; formerly Maj. King's Royal Rifle 
Corps, aft. CJol. Comm. 3rd Bn. Duke of 
Cornwall's Lt. Infty. ; a Dep. Warden of 
the Stannaries ; J.P. for Devon ; J.P. and 
D.L. for Cornwall ; m. 1st, Edith, d. of 
Vice-Adml. Hon. Keith Stewart, C.B. ; 2nd, 
Eugenia Susannah, d. of David Barclay 
Chapman, and widow of Greorge Henry 
Fitzroy; 3rd, Ada Mary, d. of Col. Sir 
Robert Thomas White-Thomson of Broom- 
ford Manor, Exbourne, N. Devon. Glynn, 
near Bodmin. 

George Augustus, C.B. Of Spaynes 
Hall, Great Yeldham, Halstead ; eld. son of 
Rev. C. J. W. of Spaynes Hall and Rector 
of Boreham, Chehnsford; 1847"-1863»; 
formerly Lieut.-CoL Bengal Staff Corps ; 
J.P. for Essex; m. Catherine, d. of Rev. 
W. E. Warren, Rector of Tacolneston, 
Norwich ; died Oct. 19, 1899. 

Sir vVilliam (Forbes-Sempill), 8th Bt. 
(16th Lord Sempill). Eld. son of Sir J. F., 
7th Bt., and cousin of Selkirk, 15th Lord S. ; 
1848'-1853»; formerly Lieut. Coldstream 
Gds. ; served in the Crimea ; Hon. Col. 
4th V. Bn. Gordon Highl. since 1887 (Vol. 
Dec.) ; J.P. and D.L. co. Aberdeen ; m. Ist, 
Caroline Louisa, d. of Sir Charles Forbes, 
3rd Bt, of Castle Newe, Gartly, co. 
Aberdeen ; 2nd, Frances Emily, d. of Sir 
Robert Abercromby, 6th Bt., of Birkenbog, 
CO. Banff; 3rd, Mary Beresford, d. of 
Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton Hall, South- 
well. Craigievar Castle, Whitehouse, Aber- 
deen, and Fintray House, Fintray, Aberdeen. 

Rev. Frederick. 5th son of Sir E. A., 
Ist Bt., of Antrobus Hall, Northwich ; 
1850'-1854" ; in the Diplomatic Service ; 2nd 
Sec. at Washington, St. Petersburg and 
Paris ; Superior of Brompton Oratory 
1895-8 and 1900-3 ; died July 12, 1903. 

Col. Owen Peel. 2nd son of O. W. of 
Remnantz and Seymour Court, Marlow ; 
1850'-1854» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Chmn. 
of Thomas Wethered & Sons, Ltd., Marlow 
Brewery ; Hon. Col. 1st Bucks R.V. Corps 
(Vol. Dec.) ; m. Frances Alice, d. of George 
T. Ellison of Seymour Street, W. El 
Robado, Puerto 0?'otava, Teneriffe. 

John. Of Bisterne, Ringwood ; eld. son 
of J. M. of Bisterne ; 1848»-1864» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L. for Hants ; m. Louisa 
Frances, d. of Thomas Entwisle of Wol- 
hayes, Christchurch, Hants ; died Feb. 24, 
1899. 

Walter Evans. Son of J. H. G. of 
Cheshunt, Waltham Cross; 1847'-1853» ; 
formerly Partner in Messrs. Gledstanes, 
E.l. Merchants in the City. Hawkstone, 
The Avenue, Southampton. 

His Honour Judge Herbert Rivers- 
dale Mansel-, LL.B. Son of H. G. J., 
Serjeant-at-Law, Judge of Clerkenwell 
County Court; 1846"-1853»; Eton viii. 
1853 ; won School Pulling 1853 ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; 1st CL Law ; Stroke Camb. viii. 
1866-6 ; Barrister, Home Circuit, and Capt. 
Hants Militia, aft. Judge of C.C. Circuit 
XIII. ; C:C. Judge of Sheffield since 1902 ; 
m. Ist, Emilia, d. of John C. Davis of 
Cranbrook Park, Essex ; 2nd, Fanny, d. of 
J. R. Baker of Cooling, Kent. Chase Cliffe, 
Whatstandwell, Sheffield. 

Joseph. 1849»-1865' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
Barrister, Lincoln's Inn ; dead. 



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Tonge 

(Home, W.G.C.) 

Boughey mi, 

(W.A.O.) 



Strahan ma, 

(W.R, RH.P. 
B.D.) 

Lascelles 

(J.L.J.) 



Grant ma. 

(H.D.) 

Denne 

(W.B., B3.) 

Browning 

(F.E.D.) 



Northey 

(O.O.G. & W.B.M.) 



Wood 

(C.O.G. & A.P.B.) 

Pickering ma. 

(E.H.P. & C.W.) 



Seeker w/a. 

(CL.) 



Battiscombe 

(O.L.) 



Okobgb Langford. Son of Rev. F. L. Y. 
of Torrington ; 1844M858" ; Merchant in 
Madras ; m. May, d, of J. Dalziel of C^lon ; 
died at Kodaikanal, S. India, Feb. 13, 1904. 

Rex. Gbobgb. 2nd son of Sir T. P. F. B., 
3rd Bt, of Aqoalate, Newport, Salop; 
1849»-1866- ; Oh. Oh. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Carate 
of Kidderminster 1861-3 ; Rector of Forton 
since 1863; m. Theodoeia Mary, d, of 
Bev. Charles Smith Boyds of Haaghton, 
Stafford. Forton Rectory, Newport, Salop. 

WiLUAM. Son of W. 8. ; 1860'-1866" ; 
Major, Boyal Artillery ; died unm. 1877. 

Col. Waltbr Richard, J.P., D.L. Bid. 
son of Hon. A. L. of Norley ; 1860»-1854* ; 
Lieat-Ool. Rifle Brigade 1881-8 (CoL 1885); 
Assist. Adjt and Q.M.G. at Portsmoath and 
Aldershot 1883-5 ; A.A.G.. NUe Expdn. 
1885 ; Assist Mil. Sec. at Headqrs. 1885-6, 
and A.A.G. 1886-91; D.A.G. in Ireland 
1892-4; served in Indian Mutiny, China 
andN.W. Frontier ; ret. 1894 ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Cheshire ; m. Ellen, d. of Charles Kane 
Sivewright 66 Hans Road, Brotnpton Road. 
S. W.y and Norley, Frodtham, Warrington. 

Hbrbbbt. 1849'-1864" ; formerly 64th 
Regt; dead. 

Hkrbert Henry. Son of D. D. of 
Elbvidge Hoase, near Canterbary; 1849*- 
1854' ; won 100 yds. 1853 ; formerly Comet 
B. Kent Yeo. ; Barrister. The Firs,' Ford- 
wieh, Canterbury. 

Col. Montagus Charles, C.B., J.P. 3rd 
son of H. B. of 73 Grosvenor Street, W. ; 
1849M854* ; Bton vin. and Wall XL 1854 ; 
served in the 89th Regt and 87th Royal 
Irish Fasiliers 1855-69 ; Crimean Cam- 
paign, Siege and Fall of Sebastopol (med. 
and clasp and Turkish med.) ; Indian 
Matiny 1857-8 ; Staff Officer to a Field 
Force at attack of Taringha Hills and at 
attack and capture of Mondetti; men- 
tioned in despatches 1858 ; served in 3rd 
Bn. Suffolk Regt. 1870-97, Ute Lient-CoL 
and Hon. Col. ; J.P. for Suffolk ; m. Fanny 
Allen, d. of Rev. B. Hogg of Fomham 
St Martin, Suffolk. 73 Grosvenor Street, 
W., and BratUham Court, Manningtree. 

Lieut.-Col. Francis Vkrnox. 3rd son 
of E. R. N. of V^oodcote House, Epsom ; 
1850'-1854" ; Eton xi. 1852-4, Capt 18(f4 ; 
Lieut-Col. 60th Rifles ; meds. for Indian 
Mutiny, Red River Expedition, and Zulu 
War 1879 ; m. Charlotte BeUuda, d. of 
Casimir S. GzowsM of Toronto, Canada ; 
died of a wound received at battle of 
Ginghinlovo, S. Africa, April 6, 1879. 

George. 1850*-1854*. 



Edward Henry Umfreville. Son of 
Rev. B. H. P., Assist Master at Bton 
1830-^»2 ; 1849"-1855" ; formerly in See's 
Dept G.P.O., and Manager 'Sporting 
Life* Newspaper; m. Dora, <;. of John 
Seddons of Egham. Pelham Lodge, St. 
Lawrence, Isle of Wight, and Brotton Hall, 
Brotton, R.S.O., Forks. 

John Herbert. Of Hangmoor, Virginia 
Water, Surrey ; son of J. S. of Windsor ; 
1848'-1856' ; 0pp. Wall 1855 ; won Double 
Sculling 1854: St. John's Coll. Carob. ; 
Barrister, Oxf. Circuit ; m. Diana Louise, 
d. of Walter Armstrong of 35 Ennismore 
Gardens, S.W. ; died Mar. 1, 1903. 

Arthur. Of Woodlands, GUebury, co. 
Radnor ; son of Rev. ^. B., Rector of 
Horseheath, Cambridge ; 1847»-1853" ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; J.P. for co. Radnor ; m. Jane 
Blizabeth, d. of George Hayne. Hinton 
Court, Hereford. ' 



Middle Division, 



Bagge ma. 

(E.H.P. & Mrs. D., 
E.H.P. & J.E.Y.) 



Bowyer ma. 

(F.V., W.A.C.) 



Sir Charles Mor- 
daunt 

(J.L.J.) 



Burton 

(W.L.B.) 



Hodgson 

(K.S., B.B.) 

Prothero 

(E.C.) 



Follett ma, 

(E.C.) 



Browning 

(K.S., W.J.) 

Eoutledge 

(K.S., 0.W.) 

Gem 

(H.D. & F.V., H.D. & 
W.J.) 



Chute ma. 

(E.C., K.S., aft Mrs. 
de R., E.C. & R.D.) 

Wilson max, 

(Home aft K.S., 
O.O.G. & W.J.) 



Richard Salisbury. Of Gaywood 
Hall, King's Lynn ; eld. son of R. B. of 
Gaywood ; 1849'-1854' ; Eton xi. 1852-3 ; 
Field XL 1853 ; Ensign 66th Re^t 1854 ; 
Capt 10th Foot 1862, ret. 1864 ; Queen's 
Foreign Service Messenger 1867-70; died 
Dec. 18, 1886. 

Hbnrt. Of Steeple Aston, Oxford ; eld. 
son of H. A. B. of Steeple Aston ; 1849»- 
1854"; Capt 10th Hussars; J.P. and D.L. for 
00. Oxf. ; TO. Lizzie, d. of Lieut-GoL Vernon 
of the Coldstream Gds. ; died May 6, 1882. 

10th Bt Of Walton Hall, Warwick; 
eld. son of Sir J. M., 9th Bt, of Walton 
Hall ; 1849*-1854' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. for 
S. Warwick 1859-68; Hon. Lieut-OoL 
Warwicks Yeo. ; D.L. for co. Warwick ; iw. 
Ist, Harriet Sarah, d. of Sir Thomas 
Moncreiffe, 7th Bt , of Moncreifle House, 
Bridge of Earn, co. Perth; 2nd, Mary 
Louisa, d. of Hon. and Rev. Canon Henry 
Pitt Cholmondeley, Rector of Adle8lax>p, 
Chipping Norton ; died Oct 15, 1897. 

Robert Linoen. Of Lougner Hall, 
Shrewsbury ; eld. son of R. L. B. of 
Longner; 1849*-1854* ; 0pp. Wall 1853; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly in S. Staffs 
Yeo. ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Salop ; m. 
Catherina Sophia, d. of Richard Francis 
Cleaveland, Comm. R.N. ; died Nov. 17, 
1881. 



F. C. 



1856. 



Francis Thomas E<iERTON, J.P. Eld. 
son of the Rev. T. P., of Malpas Court ; 
1851*-1866* ; Newc. Select 1865 ; Med. 1856 ; 
BalL CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Hertford Sch. and 
1st CI. Mods. 1858 ; 2nd CI. Final Schools 
1860; called to the Bar, Inner Temple 
1863, Oxford Circuit (ret ) ; J.P. forca Mon- 
mouth ; m. Mary Frances Susanna, d. of 
Rev. Francis Lewis of St Pierre, Mon- 
mouth. Malpas Court, Newport, Mon. 

George. Eld. son of Sir W. W. F. ; 
Attorney-Gen., of Culm Davy,Cullompton ; 
1850»-1855«; Bali: CoU. Oxf. ; Ist CI. Mods. 
1857; 2nd CI. Class. 1859; Barrister, 
Western arcuit ; died 1866. 



0. 



C. F. 



1856. 



Ret. Samuel Harvey. Son of H. G. 
of Brandwood End House, King's Norton, 
Birmingham ; 1850*-1854* ; Prince Con- 
sort's German Prize 1852; Univ. Coll. 
Oxf. ; M. A. ; Hon. 4th CL Lit Hum. 1859 ; 
2nd CL Law ; EUerton Theo. Essay 1861 ; 
shot in Oxf. viii. at Wimbledon against 
Camb. 1861 ; Curate of Malvern Wella, 
Malvern, 1865-7, St Mark's, Tnnbridge 
Wells, 1868-9 ; Rector of Aspley Guise, 
Beds, 1869-78; m. Louisa, d. of Rev. 
Newton Smart, Preb. of Salisbury. 2 Kehle 
Road, Oxford. 



C. W. 



W. K. 



1856. 



1856. 



•1863.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



Dogdale mi, 

(B.C.) 



Baker 

(K.8., P.B.D.) 



Herbert 

(B.C.) 



Pinchard 

f K.S., C.W.) 

Stone 

(K.S., G.O.G. A B.D.) 

Qt)rdon 

(F.B.D.) 



"Walpole 

(Miss O., F.E.D.) 



Ward 

(B.B.P.) 

Backle mi, 

(K.8., F.B.D.) 

Whiteside 

(Mrs. D., F.B.D.) 

Leveson-Gower 

(J.L.J.) 



Norman 

(Mrs. D., O.O.G., A 
W.B.M.) 

Shephard 

(H.D. & W.A.C.) 

Lord Henry Cecil 
(R.O.) 

Austen Leigh 72fa. 

(Miss B., aft K.S., 
W.A.O.) 



Col. HsNTiY Charles Gbast. 4th son, 
of W. 8. D. of Merevale Hall, Atberstone, 
and Blythe Hall, Golesbill, Birmingham ; 
1849»-1864« ; served for 39 years in the 
Rifle Bgde. (ret. as Col.) ; served in Indian 
Mutiny and Ashanti War ; m. Edith Ceoilia, 
d. of Hugh Montgomery of Grey Abbey, 
CO. Down. Hm House, Winchester. 

Bsv. Geoboe Rodney Trimnbll. Son of 
P. B., Sorgeon, of Hampton Court, Middz. ; 
1862M866' ; ColL WaU 1854 ; Exeter ColL 
Oxf. ; B.A. ; Curate of Holy Trinity, Wind- 
sor, 1861-2 : Conduct of Eton College and 
Curate of Eton 1862-70 ; Vicar of Newing- 
ton, Sittingbonrne, 1870-99 ; Rural Dean of 
Sittingboume 1882-92 ; died Feb. 25, 1900. 

Edward Henry Charles. Of Tetton 
House, Somerset; eld. son of Hon. 
B. C. H. H. ; 1851»-1855» ; Newc. Select 
1855 ; Prince Consort's Italian Prize 1854 ; 
Sch. of Ball. ColL Oxf. ; Ist CI. Mods. 1857; 
entered Diplomatic Service 1859; murdered 
by brigands in Greece 1870. 

WiLUAM BiDDULPH. Son of W. P. P., 
SoUcitor, of Taunton ; 1861'-1854» ; CoU. 
Wall 1854 : formerly Ceylon Rifle Regt, 
aft Capt 70th Regt. ; died 1874. 

W. H. . 1856. 



Rev. Arthur Pitman. 2nd son of C. G. 
of Newtimber Place, Hurstpierpoint, Has- 
socks, Sussex ; 1851»-1856" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; Curate of Pitton, Salisbury, 1861-3 ; 
Rector of Newtimber 1863-1904 ; m. 
Harriet Anne, d. of Rev. William Hicks, 
Rector of Coberley and WhitUngton, co. 
Gloucester ; died Oct 16, 1904. 

Henry Spencer (aft Vade- Walpole). 
Eld. sou of Rev. T. W., of Stagbury ; Rector 
of Alverstoke, Gosport ; 1851'-1855'' ; BaU. 
Coll. Oxf. ; Cox, Oxf. vin. 1858 ; caUed to 
the Bar, Lincoln's Inn 1864 ; Gk)vr. of 
Wellington College ; m. Frances Selina, 
d. of Thomas Bourke and widow of Capt. 
Densdl Thomas Chamberlayne. Stagburp, 
Banstead, Epsan. 

Rev. Richard, M.A. 1851»-1855* ; for- 
merly residing in London ; died 1866. 

A. L. . 1856. 



WiLUAM Owen. 1850*-1855» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly 18th Hussars ; aft 
War Correspondent in Abyssinia and 
Egypt ; died 1885. 

Granville Wiluam Gresh am. Of Titeey 
Place, Limpsfield, Surrey; eld. son of 
W. L. G. of Titeey Race ; 1851»-1855» ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; M.P. for Reigate 
1863-6; Referee of Private BiUs 1865; 
Chmn. of Godstone Petty Sessions : J.P., 
D.L., and C.A. for Surrey, High Sheriff 
1875; J.P. for Kent; m. Hon. Sophia 
Leigh, d. of Chaudoe, 1st Lord Leigh, 
of Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth ; died 
May 80, 1895. 



H. G. H. 

J. 

H. P. 
E.C. 



. 1866. 

. 1856. 

. 1856. 

. 1856. 



Farmer ma. 

(W.L.E.) 



Middleton 

(K.S., W.A.C.) 



Cunliffe 

(R.O.) 

Harper 

(Miss G., aft K.S., H.D. 
<b W.A.C.) 



Knapp 

(K.S., C.L.) 

Eamsden 

(H.D. & J.B.Y.) 



Hodge ma. 

(W.G.C.) 

Beattie-Pownall 

(Miss E., C.O.G. & R.D.) 

Hunter 

(Miss E., C.O.G. & 
A.F.B.) 



Heaton 

(T.H.S., C.O.G. & 
W.L.H.) 



Burnand 

(F.E.D. <b W.G.C.) 



Thoriihill ma. 

(Mrs. de R., B.B.) 



Clive 

(Miss M., W.J.) 



William Robert Gamdl, J.P., D.L. 
Eld. son of W. F. G. F. of Nonsuch Park : 
1851»-1855" ; formerly Capt Gren. Guards ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Surrey, High Sheriff 
1877 ; m. Charlotte Maria, d. of Capt. 
Robert Griffith Williams of Dublin Castle. 
Nonsuch Parky Cheanty Sutton, Surrep. 

Clement Alexander. Of Camster- 
Lybster, Caithness, and Woodcote, Chisle- 
hurst ; eld. son of C. J. M., of 78 Oxford 
Terrace, Hyde* Park, W., and Littie St 
Ann's, Englefield Green, Surrey; 1860»- 
1865' ; Barrister ; Bombay Civil Service ; 
m. Helen, d. of Thomas Noel Harris of 
PegweU, Kent ; died March 11, 1891. 

ARtHUR. 2ud son of E. W. C. ; 1850'- 
1854*; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; died unm. May 29, 
1876. 

Leonard. Son of Rt Rev. H. J. C. H., 
D.D., Bp." of Christchurch, New ZeaUnd ; 
1861M864*; caUed to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, 1863 (ret) ; m. Joanna Dorothea 
Dyke, d. of Arthur Henry Dyke Acland- 
Troyte, of Huntsham Court Bampton, 
Devon. Oorep, Jersey, 



F. H. 



1856. 



Rev. Henry Jambs. 3rd son of H. J. R. 
of Oxton Hall, Tadcaster; 1849M853*; 
Trin. ColL Camb. ; B.A. ; Wells Theo. 
Coll. ; Curate at Handsworth, Birming- 
ham ; died num., of Syrian fever, Dec. 8, 
1862. 

Gage John, J.P., of Glazebrook, South 
Brent Ashburton, Devon ; 1850*-1854* ; 
J.P. for Devon. 

Charles Ernest. 1861*-1854'; formerly 
Lieut 68th Regt ; served in New Zealand 
1864-6. 

Henry Lannoy, J.P. Son of H. H. of 
Beech Hill ; 1849'-1865* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; Lieut Hante Yeo. 1858-69; aft 
Lt-Col. Royal Berks Vol. ; J.P. for Berks ; 
m. Anna, d. of Sir James Carter, of Morti- 
mer Lodge, Berks. Beech Hill, Reading. 

Frederick Luxmoore. 5th son of J'. H. 
of Plas Heaton, nr. Trefnant co. Denbigh ; 
1849'-1866» ; 0pp. WaU 1854 ; Jesus Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A., M.B. ; Ist CI. Nat Science 
1869 ; Physician and Surgeon ; m. Eleanor, 
d. of Very Rev. Richard Bonnor Maurice 
Bonnor, Dean of St Asaph. 67 Argyle Road, 
Ealing, W. 

Sir Fra ncis Co wlby, Kt Son of F. B. ; 
1850'-1863* ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 
Barrister, Lincoln's Inn ; Editor of 
♦Punch'; Dramatic Author. 27 The 
Boltons, &W., and 18 Rojfal Crescent, 
Ramsgate. 

Sir Thomas, Ist Bt Of Riddleswortli 
Hall, Norfolk, and Pakenham Lodge, Bury 
St Edmunds ; 2nd son of T. T. of Riddles- 
worth ; 1851'-1855» ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; 
M.P. for W. Suffolk 1875-85; J.P. and 
D.L. for Suffolk and J.P. for Norfolk; 
m. Katherine Edith IsabeUa, d. of Richard 
Hodgson Huntiey of Carham, Northumber- 
land ; died April 2ud, 1900. 

Hon. William Windsor Windsor-. 
3rd son of Hon. R. H. C. and the Baron- 
ess Windsor of Oakly Park, Bromfield, 
Salop ; 1849»-1855» ; Eton viii. 1854-5 ; St 
John's CoU. Camb. ; kiUed in a railway 
accident near Tuxford, Newark, Sept 24, 
1867. 

G 



10 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1853. 



Metcalfe 

(H.D.) 



Goldney 

(P.B.D.) 



Parr 

(W.B., W.J.) 



Turner 

(C.O.G.) 

Lord Molyneux 

(KB.) 



Hussey 

(P.B.D.) 



Malet 

(F.V. & W.G.O., 
W.Q.C.) 



Collins mi. 

(Mrs. p., W.J.) 



Tarratt 

(O.L.) 



Ernwin 

(Mrs. D., B.B.) 



Charles Thbophilus, O.S.I. 4th son 
of Sir T. T. M., 4th Bt., E.I.C.S. ; 1861»- 
1863* ; Bengal Civil Service ; Commnr., 
Orissa Div., Bengal ; m. Ist, Ellen Gteorgiana 
Babingtou, d. of Rev. Benjamin Peile of 
Hatfield ; 2nd, Esther, d, of W. Bddis ; 
died Feb. 1, 1892. ♦ 

Arthur Charles Nelson. Sou of 
A. J. a. of Egham, Staines ; 1848*-1854' ; 
Oapt. Royal S. Gloacesters. MiUtia 1860 ; 
Silver Med. Charing Cross Hospital -1878 ; 
L.S.A. London 1879 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1882 ; 
Legacy Daty Office, Somerset Hoase ; m, 
Ann Sarah, d. of William Guest of Gloa- 
died Nov. 1899. 



LiEDT.-CoL. Thomas Roworth. Son of 
T. C. P. of Clifton, Bristol ; 1849*-1864» ; 
formerly in the Rifle Bgde.,aft. 3rd Somer- 
set Regt. ; m. Ist, d. of Sir A. Downie ; 
2nd, d. of Rev. George Acklom, Vicar of 
Hemel Hempstead. 10 Sumner Terraeey 
Oudow Square^ S.W. 

Henry Scott. 181K)*-1853* ; formerly 
Capt. 69th Regt. ; dead. 

William Phujp (4th Earl of Sefton), 
K.G. Eld. son of Charles William, 3rd 
Earl of S. ; 1848«-1863» ; formerly Capt. 
Gren. Gds. ; Lord-Lieut, of Lancashire; 
m. Hon. Cecil Emily, d. of William George, 
1st Lord Hylton ; died Jane 27, 1897. 

Ambrose Denis (aft Hussey-Freke), 
J.P., D.L. Son of A. H. of the Hall, Salis- 
bury ; 1849>-1854' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
J.P., D.L. and C.C. for WUts, High Sheriff 
1866 ; tn. Florence Mary Spencer, d. of CoL 
Henry John Freke, C.B., of Hannington 
Hall. Hannington Holly Highworthy Stpin- 
dony WUts. 

Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Baldwin, 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 4th Bt 2ud sou of Sir 
A. M., 2nd Bt, K.C.B., of Wilbury House ; 
18W-1863»; CC.C. Oxf.; Attache at 
Frankfort Oct 10, 1854, aft Argentine 
Confederation, Washington, Constanti- 
nople, Paris, Pekin, Athens, Rome, Cairo, 
Brussels, and Berlin ; in charge of the Em- 
bassy at Paris during the Commune ; Min. 
Plen. at Constantinople 1878-9, and at' 
Cairo 1882 ; H.M.'s Ambassador at Berlin 
1884-96; Member of the International 
Court of Arbitration at The Hague 1900 ; 
Trustee of the Wallace Collection ; m. 
Lady Brmyntrude Sackville Russell, d. of 
Francis Charles, 9th Duke of Bedford, K.G. 
Chdteau Moiety Monaco; Wrest Wood^ 
BexhUl-on-SeOy Sussex; WUburv Housey 
Solisburn ; and 86 Eaton Squarey S. W. 

DlGBY, J.P., D.L. 3rd son of K C. of 
Truthan And Newton Ferrers ; 1848*-1866' 
0pp. Wall 1864 ; Eton viii. 1866 ; Trin. HaU, 
Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. for Cornwall, High 
Sheriff 1887 ; m. Jane Arabella, d, of Rev. 
William Yaughan, Rector of Pontesbury, 
Shrewsbury, and widow of W. Tatham 
of Heppington, Kent Newton Ferrers^ 
Flpmouthy and Truthany Truro. 

Daniel Fox. Of BUary, co. Argyll ; 3rd 
son of J. T. of Ellary ; 1860»-1864* ; Oriel 
Coll. Oxf. ; formerly in the 63rd Regt ; 
m. Mary, d. of John Lorn Stewart of Coll, 
CO. ArgyU ; died April 20, 1888. 

Harold Augustus. 1849»-1864" ; 0pp. 
Wall 1863 ; Eton viii. 1864 ; won double 
Sculling 1864 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; aft in 
India; dead. 



Mr. Kolle 

(Miss M. and Mrs. v., 
H.M.B., <b J.L.J.) 



Jelf wa. 

(B.C.) 

Mr. Stanley 

(B.C., E.C. & W.J.) 

Borrett 

(Mrs. de R., aft. K.S., 
B.H.P. & R.D.) 

Wilson ma, 

(Home, aft K.S., 
C.O.G. & W.J.) 

Jenkynf* 

(W.B., E.B.) 

Stone 

(K.S., W.A.C.) 

Isacke 

(K.S., W.A.C.) 

Buller 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



Gould 

(F.V., C.W.) 

Holland mi, 

(Mrs. H., C.W.) 

Divett 

(E.C.) 

Thesiger 

(E.H.P. & F.V., 
E,H.P. & W.J.) 



Graham 

(K.S., C.L.) 

Gladstone 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Baill 

(C. 



le 

O.G.) 



She] 



ippard 
:c.o.G.) 



Hon. Mark Gborgk Kbrr (Trefusis on 
entering). 2nd son of Charles Rodolph, - 
19th Lord CUnton ; 1848*-1864« ; Eton XL 
1863-4 ; formerly Capt N. Devon Yeo. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Devon, High Sheriff 
1864 ; High Steward of Bacnstaple ; m. Lady 
Gertrude Jane Douglas, d, of George 
Sholto, 19th Earl of Morton. Stevenstone, 
Torringtony and Bictony EoH Budleighy 
BudlHgh Saltertony S.O.y Devons, 



Sir A. R., Kt 



1866. 



Hon. E. L. (Lord Stanley of Alderley). 
. 1866. 



G.T. 



Sir R. K., Bt 



Sir H., K.C.B. 



C. H. 



1866. 



. 1866. 



1866. 



1866. 



Robert Jahes. Son of Capt R. M. I. 
of North Foreland Lodge, Broadstairs ; 
1861M864'; Capt 71st Highland Lt 
Infty. ; died Sept 10, 1869. 

Ernbst Henry Manningham-. 6th son 
of Sir B. M.-B., 1st Bt of Dilhom Hall, 
Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent ; 1861»-1866" ; 
Lieut-Col. Rifle Bgde. : served in Zulu 
War 1879 as A.D.C. to Lord Chehnsford ; 
unm. ; killed on the Railway, Nov. 8, 1888. 

E. . 1866. 



B. R. 



. 1866. 



Hon. Alfred Henry. 4th son of 
Frederick, Ist Lord Chelmsford ; 1860"- 
1866* : Cox of Eton viiL 1866 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Lord Justice of Appeal ; 
Attorney-Gen. to H.R.H. the Prince of 
Wales ; m. Henrietta, d. of Hon. Gteorge 
Haudcock ; died Oct 20, 1880. 

G. . 1866. 

Samuel Stbuart, J.F. 2nd son of 
T. S. G. of Capenoch ; 1861»-1866" ; 0pp. 
WaU 1864 ; Trin. Hall, Camb. ; Sheriff of 
Calcutta 1863 ; Extra Member, Supreme 
Council of India 1868 ; Govr. of the Bank of 
England 1899-1901 ; Director of Peninsnlar 
and Oriental Steamship Co. : J.P. for ca 
Dumfries; m. Sophia, d, of Sir George 
Musgrave, 10th Bt, of Edenhall, Lang- 
wathby, Cumberland. 19 Lennox Gardens, 
S. W,y and Capenochy Tharnhilly co. Dun^ries. 

Alexander Peter. Of Leys Castle^ 
Inverness: 2nd son of J. F. B. of Leys 
Castle ; 1860^-1864* ; formerly in one of the 
Highland Regts. ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Inverness ; dead. 

Thomas Winter. 2nd son of Bev. 
H. W. S., Rector of Bmsworth ; 1861'- 
1863*; formerly Capt 26th Reg«b, aft 
Major 87th Regt ; m. Ist, Mary Stuart, 
d. of Gteorge Wood Sheppard, of Fromefield 
House, CO. Somerset ; 2nd, Margaret Agnes, 
d. of Matthew Nisbet, M.D., Bengal 
Medical Service; dead. 



1853.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



11 



. Strahan mi, 

(W.B.,B.H.P.&R.D.) 



Coleridge 

(B,0.) 



Cochrane 

(J.B.Y.) 



Field mi. 

(P.B.D.) 

Tuck 

(Mrs. de R., W.A.O.) 

Hopkinson 

(W.E., W.J.) 

Nicholl 

(J.B.Y.) 



Musgrave 

(J.L.J.) 



Pepys ma, 

(j.B.y.) 
Lord Coventry 

(B.H.P. & A.F.B.) 



Lubbock mcuv, 

(J.L.J.) 



Alderson 

(W.J., Mi88 M. & 
Mrs. v., W.J.) 



Col. George. Son of W. S. ; 1851'-1866' ; 
Royal Bngiueers ; m. let, Amy, d. of Gapt 
Jorden, H.B.I.O.S. ; 2Dd, Beatrice, d. of 
Rev. D. Hogartb, Rector of Weymouth, 
Portland, c/o Meurt. Cox A Co.^ 16 Charing 
CraUy & W. 

Capt. Francis George. Son of E. C. 
of Btou and Maplednrham ; 1850'-1854'' ; 
Bton XI. 1854 ; formerly Gapt. 42nd Royal 
Highlrs. and 25th King's Own Borderers ; 
Artist ; m. Anne Jane, d. of Pierce Taylor 
of Ogwell, Newton Abbott. The HermU- 
agey Twfford^ R.8.0.y Berks. 

Rev. Thomas. Son of lion. Sir J. C.,. 
Chief Justice of Gibraltar; 1850*-1854»; 
Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Carate of Hands- 
worth, Birmingham, 1859-61, Acton, Mid- 
dlesex, 1862 : Master of Lord Leycester's 
Hospital, Warwick, 1863-7 ; Rector of 
Stapleford Abbotts, Romford, 1867-91; 
died Jane 1891. 



B. 



1866. 



Edward John. Son of Rev. G. R. T., 
Rector of Wallington, Baldock, Herts; 
1861'-1854': died of Consumption at 
Madeira 1860. 



C.C. 



1856. 



iL-no. Son of H. 1. N., D.C.L., of 
Uantwit, Glamorgan ; 1861'-1856' ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. : B.A. ; J.P. for Herts ; m. Amy, d. of 
Henry Hoyle Oddie, of Colney, St Albans ; 
died Jan. 5, 1899. 

Sir Richard Courtenay, 11th Bt, of 
Edenhall, LanGn)^athby, Cumberland. 2ud 
son of Sir G. M., 10th Bt, of EdeuhaU ; 
1851'-1853' ; 71st Highland Light Infantry ; 
M.P. for East Cumberland ; Lord-Lieut 
of CO. Westmorland ; m. Adora Frances 
01ga,d. of Peter Wells ; died Feb. 13, 1881. 

J. A. . 1856. 



Rt. Hon. George Wiluam (9th Earl 
of C). Son of G. W., Viscount Deerhnrst, 
and grandson of George William, 8th Earl 
of C. ; 1851»-1855' ; Ch. Ch.Oxf. ; formerly 
Major Worcesters Yeo. Cav. ; Capt. of 
GenUemen-at-Arms 1877-80 and 1885-6; 
Master of the Bnckhounds 1886-92 and 1895- 
1900 ; Lord-Lieut of co. Worcester since 
1891 ; m. Lady Blanche, d. of William, 2ud 
Earl of Craven. 1 Honour Pkuxy Park 
Lanet TT., and Croome Courts Worcester. 

Sir Nevile, K.O.M.G. 3rd son of Sir 
J. W. L., 3rd Bt, of High Elms, Down, 
Famborough, Kent ; 1848"-1853* ; Gov. of 
Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation ; 
one of the Merchant Assessors of the Ad- 
miralty Court ; Director of the Colonial 
Bank ; Chmn. of New Colonial Co., Ltd. ; 
Director of the New Trinidad Lake Asphalt 
Co., Ltd., London and India Dock Co., Ltd. ; 
Chmn. W. India Committee : West India 
Jtf erchant ; m. 1st Harriet Charlotte, d. of 
Western Wood of North Cray Place, Foots 
Cray, Kent ; 2nd, Constance Ann, d. of Sir 
John Frederick William Herschel, 1st Bt 
65 EarVs Court Square, S. Kensingtonj8.W. 

Rev. Canon Frederick Cecil. 6th 
son of Hon. Sir E. H. A., a Baron of tlie 
Exchequer ; 1849'-1854» ; Bton viii. 1854 ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Camb. viii. 1856 ; 
Curate of Ampthill 1861-3; Curate of 
Hursley, Winchester, 1863-5 ; Rector of 
Holdenby, Northampton, 1865-93 ; Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough 1887-90, Canon since 
1891 ; Rector of Lutterworth since 1893 ; 
Hon. Chap, to Queen Victoria 1898 
Chaplain - in - Ordinary 1899-1901; Hon. 



Alderson — cont. 



Burke 

(C.L.) 

Butler 

(W.A.C.) 

Proby 

(Miss G., W.A.C.) 



Jones mi, 

(J.L.J.) 

Mr. Egerton 

(E.B.) 



Wagner 

(J.L.J.) 

Lane-Fox ma, 

(F.E.D.) 

Gosling ma, 

(H.D. & J.B.Y.) 

Hall 

tC.O.G. & W.B.M.) 



Mozley mi, 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 

Boys 

(K.S., W.A.C.) 

Young ma, 

(Home, J.L.J.) 

Baillie ma, 

(F.E.D.) 



Tonge 

(C.W.) 

Armstrong 

(MissE., W.G.C.) 

Chapman 

(E.B.) 



Bacon 

(W.E., W.B.M.) 



Chaplain to tiie King since 1901 ; m. Kath- 
arine Gwladys, d. of Sir Josiah John Guest, 
Ist Bt, of Dowlais. The Precincts, Peter- 
borough, and the Jiectorjf, Lutterworth, 

Edmund Haviland. 1849'-1853" ; Bar- 
rister, Oxf. Circuit ; dead. 

LiNDSEY Holland. Eld. son of Hon. 
C. L. B. of Coton House, Rugby ; 1860»- 
1853«; formerly in 7th FusiUers ; died 
July 13, 1887. 

Hon. Wiluam (5th Earl of Carysfort), 
K.P. 4th son of Granville Leveson, 3rd 
Earl of C. ; 1847»-1855' ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; formerly Capt Wioklow Militia; 
H.M.'s Lieut co. Wicklow ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Hunts ; J.P. for Northants ; m. Char- 
lotte Mary, d. of Rev. Robert Boothby 
Heathcote of Friday Hill, Chingf ord, Essex. 
10 Hereford Gardens, W.; Elton Hall, 
Peterborough ; and Olenart Castle, Arklow, 
Ireland, 

Felix Thomas. 2nd son of T. J. of 
Hlnton Charterhouse, Bath ; 1850*-1855* ; 
Major 3rd Buffs, served in China 1860 
(med with chisp) ; died April 17, 1900. 

Hon. Seymour John Grey (4th Earl of 
Wilton). 2nd son of Thomas Grosvenor, 
2nd Earl of W. ; 1850»-1854» ; formerly 
Capt Ist Life Gds. ; m. Laura Caroline, d. 
of WUUam RusseU ; died Jan. 3, 1898. 

Joshua Watson. Son of Rev. H. M. W., 
Vicar of Brighton; 1850'-1853» ; Oriel 
Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; died unm. Aug. 8, 1898. 

G. S. P. . 1856. 

Francis. Son of F. G. of the Manor 
House, Sutton, Surrey ; 1849«-1864« ; Part- 
ner in Barclay & Co., Bankers, Fleet Street, 
E.C. Wellburjf House, near Hitchin, Herts. 

John. Of Scorborongh Hall and Walk- 
Ingtou Lodge, Beverley; son of J. H., 
Banker, of Scorborongh ; 1848*-1854* ; won 
Pulling 1854 ; Opp. Wall and Field xi.s 
1853 ; Magd. Coll. Camb. ; Stroke of Camb. 
VIII. 185&-61 ; Banker at Beverley ; m. Mary 
Amelia, d. of William Bradley Wainman of 
Carhead, Crosshills, co. York ; died 1868. 



Lower Division, 

J. R. 1856. 

W.J. . 1856. 

E. M. . 1856. 



Matthew John. Eld. son of W. H. B. 
of Duntesborue Abbots, Cirencester; 
1850'-1855' ; served with the 72nd Seaforth 
Highlrs. in the Indian Mutiny ; died unm. 
1866. 

Morris. 1850'-1863»; Emm. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. 

Charles Edward. 1861'-1854"; for- 
merly Royal Bengal Art. ; employed in 
Topog. Survey. 

Kyrle Alfred. 6th son of D. B. C. of 
Downshire House, Roehampton, S.W. ; 
1851"-1865' ; won Sculling 1854 ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; won Macnaghten Sculls 1866 ; 
m. Louisa Wilhelmina, d. of Adml. the 
Hon. Keith Stewart, C.B.; died Feb. 6, 
1891. 

Walter. Son of Vice-Chancellor B. ; 
1851*-1855» ; Barrister ; dead. 



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[1853. 



Duncombe ma, 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Feilden 

(W.B.M.) 



Hoare ma, 

(KB.) 

Buckley 

(B.B.) 



Gepp 

(K.S., C.L. & W.W.) 

Robarts 

(W.B., B.B.) 



Jefferson 

(E.H.P. & A.F.B.) 

Pretyman 

(Miss G., H.D. dc R.D.^ 

Sparks mi, 

(C.W.) 



Seddon ma, 

(Mrs. de R., B.H.P.) 

Cosby 

(W.B., E.B.) 



Elliot 

(O.W.) 

Curtis 

(F.V., W.A.C.) 



I Maj.-Gen. C&arles Wilmbr, J.P. Of 
Kiluwick Percy, Pocklingrtou, York ; eld. 

' son of Adml. Hon. A. D. of Kilnwick 

I Percy ; 186 1^-1866" ; formerly in the Ist 
Life Guards ; J.P. for E. Riding of Yorks ; 

, Garlton Club, 94 Pail Afall, S.W, 

I Rev. Oswald Moslbt. 4th son of 
I Rev. R. M. P., Rector of Bebington, 
I Birkenhead ; 1861M866* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
' M.A. ; Wells Theo. ColL ; Curate of 
Whittington, Oswestry, 1861-5 ; Rector of 
Welsh Frankton since 1865. Welsh Frank- 
ton Redorfy Ostceslrg, 

H. . 1856. 



Victor. 6th son of Gen. B. P. B. of 
New Hall, Bodenham, Salisbury; 1850»- 
1866* ; Clerk in Foreign Office ; m. Mary, 
d. of AdmL Sir James Stirling ; died 
June 10, 1882. 

W. P. . 1866. 



Abraham John, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
A. G. R., Banker, of Sholebrook Lodge, 
Towcester ; 1862'-1866* ; won Double 

! Sculling 1855 ; Cli. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Cox, 
Oxf. VIII. 1859-60 ; formerly Capt. Bucks 

I Yeo. ; J.P. and D.L. for Bucks, High 
Sheriff 1869 ; Banker : m. Hon. Edith, d, 

i of Percy, 8th Visct. Barrington. TUe 

I House, LUlingstone Dayrell, Buckingham, 
and 29 HUl Street, W. 



Welb 



eioy 

(C.O.G. & W.B. 



M.) 



D'O. R. 



1856. 



. 1866. 



Harry James. Son of J. S. of West 
Lodge, Byfleet, Wey bridge ; 1861»-ia64' 
Bengal Civil Service (ret) ; m. Marion, d. 
of Gen. Frederick Young, H.E.LC.S. Earl- 
ham Hall, Norwich, 

Strettell. Formerly of Swinton 
Grove, near Cborltou-on-Medlock ; 1850"- 
1865". 

Col. Robert Ashworth Godolphin, 
J.P. Son of S. C. of StradbaUy Hall; 
1860'-1855"; won Double ScuUing 1863; 
formerly Lieut. 6th Dragoons, aft. Hon. 
CoL 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. ; J.P. and 
Vice-Lieut of Queen's Co., High Sheriff 
1863 ; m. 1st, Alice Sophia Elizabeth, d. of 
Sir George Edward Pocock, 3nd Bt, of 
Hart, West HarUepool ; 2nd, EUza, d. of 
Rev. Capel Molyueux, Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Onslow Sq., S.W.,and widow of Sir Charles 
Goring, 9th Bt Stradballp Hall, Queen's Co. 

Philip Herbert. 1^0*-1854» ; Field xi. 
1854 ; formerly in the 3rd Dragoons, aft 
Capt Military Train. 

Col. Frakcis Georqe Savaoe, C.M.G. 
Son of G. S. C. of Teignmouth ; 1850*- 
1854' ; joined Carabineers 1854 ; served in 
the Crimea, Indian Mutiny 1858-9, and 
Boer War in S. Africa 1881 ; Comm. Inuis- 
killing Dragoons in BechnanalandExpedn. 
under Sir Charles Warren, K.C.B., 1885; 
D.A.G. at Cape of Good Hope 1886-8 ; 
was Ch. of Staff, Zululand, 1888 ; Comm, 
troops in Natal 1888-91 ; Cav. A.A.G. 
Headquarters 1892-3 ; Crimean, Indian 
Mutiny, and Turkish meds. ; C.M.G. for 
S. Africa ; m. Philadelphia Mary Grace, 
d, of CoL William Stuart-Menteth of 
the Bengal Army. Army and Navy Club, 
Z% Pall Mall, 8,W, 



E. M. E. 



1866. 



Legge 

(W.E., W.A.C.) 

Mr. Legge 

(F.E.D.) 

Cleasby 

(Miss G., R.D.) 

Harvey 

CO.G. & W.B.M.) 

St. George 

(W.E., C.W.) 

Ewart 

(F.B.D.) 



Curtis 

(F.E.D.) 



Fane 

(Mrs. de R., F.E.D.) 

Musgrave 

(C.W.) 

Cookesley 

(W.G.C, J.E.Y.). 

Biddulph 

(E.H.P. & W.G.C.) 



Cunliffe 

(C. W.) 



Thornhill mi. 

(Mrs. de K, E.B.) 



Locke 

(J.L.J.) 

Le Marchant 

(C.O.G. & Miss E., 
C.O.G. & W.J.) 

Mott 

(W.B.. B.H.P.) 



A. A. K. 



Hon. a. 



I R.M. 



. 1856. 

. 1856. 

. 1856. 

. 1856. 



Richard James Manseroh. Of Head- 
fort Castle, CO. Galway ; 1850»-1855» ; 
formerly Lieut 3rd Dragoons ; J.P. for oo. 
Galway ; died 1889. 

Maj.-Gex. Sir Henry Peter, K.G.B., 
G.C.V.O. 2nd son of Rev. P. E., Rector of 
Kirklington, Bedale ; 1850'-1855'' ; Mertou 
Coll. Oxf. ; joined 2nd Life Guards 1868, 
Commnr. 1878 ; Comm. Household Cav. 
in Egypt 1882 (mentioned In despatches, 
C.B.) ; Comm. Cav. Bgde. In Soudan 
Campaign 1885 (K.C.B.) ; Equerry to Queen 
Victoria 1884-94 ; Grown Equerry since 
1894 ; Col. 7th Dragoons since 1900 1 m. 
Laily Evelyn Clementina Willoughby, d. of 
Gilbert Henry, 1st Earl of Aucaster. Felix 
Hall, Kelvedon, R,&0., Essex, and Royal 
Mews, Pimlieo, S.W, 

Philip Julian. 2nd son of Sir W. C, 
Srd Bt of Gullands Grove, Middlesex ; 
1850'-1854' ; formerly Capt 60th Rifles, 
aft in the Salop Yeo. ; m. Margaret Helen 
Marie, d. of Charles Candy ; died July 19, 
1900. 



E.B. 



1856. 



Christopher. 1851'-1864* ; formerly 
Maj. in the Rifle Bgde. ; served in the 
Crimea ; died April 5, 1899. 



F.J. 



1866. 



Richard Mtddelton- (aft Myddelton), 
J.P. Eld. son of Col. R. M.-B. of Chirk 
Castle; 1850'-1863'; formerly Lieut 1st 
Life Gds. ; J.P. for oo. Denbigh, High Sheriff 
1879 ; m. Catherine Arabella, d. of Edward 
Giles Howard. JSTl Albany, PiecadUly, W,, 
and Chirk Castle, Chirk, co. DenHgh. 

Sir Robert Alfred, 6th Bt Eld. son 
of R. E. C. of H.E.LC.S., and grand- 
son of Sir R. H. C, 4th Bt, C.B. ; 
1847'-1854«: Lieut Scots FusiUer Gds. 
1857, Capt 1862 (ret) ; Lieut-Col. 3rd Bn. 
Royal Welsh FusiUers 1872 ; M.P. for Flint 
1872-4, and Denbigh 1880-6 ; J.P.,D.L.,and 
C.C. for CO. Denbigh, High Sheriff 1868 ; 
m. Ist, Eleanor Sophia Egerton, d. of Col. 
Egerton Leigh of Jodrell Hall, Chester ; 
2nd, Cecilie Victoria, d. of CoL Hon. 
William Edward Sackville-West of the 
Gren. Gds. Acton Park, Wrexham, 

Henry Morley. 3rd son of T. T. of 
Riddleswortti Hall, Norfolk ; 1851*-1866' ; 
Magd. ColL Camb. ; B.A. ; Formerly 
Inspector of Factories ; m. Elizabeth 
Susannah, d. of William Fox Clarke, of 
Elm Bank, York. 

Wadham Fellowes. Son of F. A. S. L. 
of Rowdeford, Devizes ; 1851M854* ; died 
July 30, 1854. 



Sir H. D., Bt 



W. K. 



1856. 



1866. 



1853.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FORM. 



13 



WaUer 

( J.W.H., H.D. & 
Mrs. de R., J W.H., 
H.D. & W.A.C.) 

Mr. Trefusis 

(J.L.J.) 



Lord Skelmersdale 

(J.L.J.) 



Wicksted mi, 

(W.J. & F.V., W.J.) 



Bolls 

(B.O. <b C. W.) 



Smith ma. 

(J.W.H. & J.L.J.) 

Mostyn 

(Miss B., W.A.C.) 



Withington 

(J.LJ.) 



George 

(W.J.) 

Nugent 

(B.H.P. & A.P.B.) 



Gibson 

(K.S., C.O.G.) 

Butler-Johnstone 

(W.B. & Mrs. v., W.J.) 



LiBUT.-CoL. Robert. Son of Rev. R. W., 
Rector of Boarton-ou-the- Water ; 1849'- 
1863' ; served in the 38rd, 63rd, and 76th 
Regte. ; 1861-86. Bourton-on-the- Water, 
R.S.O.t QloB. 

Hon. Walter Rodolph. 3rd son of 
Charles Rodolph, 19th Lord Clinton, 
of Heanton Satchville, Dolton, N. Devon ; 
1849»-1864«; Lieut-Col. Comm. 2nd Bn. 
Scots Fasilier Gds. ; m. Lady Mary Char- 
lotte MfNitaga-Doaglas-Scott, d. of Walter 
Frances, 6th Dake of Baocteach ; died 
Dec. 3, 1886. 

Rt. Hon. BDWARD(Bootle-Wilbrahamon 
entering) (1st Earl of Lathom), G.C.B. 
Son of Hon. R. B.-W. and grandson of 
Edward, 1st Lord S. ; 1860»-1864» ; Eton viii. 
1864 ; 0pp. and Mixed WaU 1864 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; Lord-in-waiting 1866-8 ; Capt of 
Yeomen of the Gaard 1874-80 ; Lord Cham- 
berlain of H.M.'s Household 1886-6, 1887-92, 
and 1896 ; Hon. Col. Lanes Hussars ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Lanes ; m. Lady Alice, d. of 
George William Frederick, 4th Earl of 
Clarendon, K.G. ; died Nov. 19, 1898. 

Charles Wiglby, J.P. 2nd son of C. W. 
of Betley and Shakenhurst ; 1860^-1866' ; 
Eton viiL 1866 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. 
for Salop; m. Emily, d. of Anthony 
Hamoud of Westacre, Norfolk. Shaken- 
hurst, Cleobury Mortimer, 3.0., Salop, and 
Betley Hall, Crewe, 

John Allan (Ist Lord Llangattock), 
F.S.A. Eld. son of J. E. W. B. of The 
Heudre ; 1849'-1864* ; 0pp. Wall and Field 
XLS 1864 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. for oo. 
Monmouth 1880-6 ; Prov. Grand Master of 
Freemasons E. Div. of S. Wales 1894; 
Mayor of Monmouth 1897-8; formerly 
Capt Royal Gloucs Hussars ; aft Hon. 
CoL 1st Monmonths Vol. Art ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Monmouth, High Sheriff 1876 ; 
m. Georgiana Marcia, d. of Sir Cliarles 
Fitzroy Maclean, 9th Bt, of Morvem, 
CO. Argyll. South Lodge, Rutland Gate, 
S, W., and The Uendre, Monmouth. 

Henry Wynne Seymour. Son of H.P.S., 
of the 62nd Regt.; 1846*-1866» ; Trin. ColL 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Barrister-at-Law, Lin- 
coln's Lin ; died March 12, 1864. 

Hon. & Rev. Canon Hugh Wynne. 
6th son of Edward, 2nd Lord Mostyn, of 
Mostyn Hall, Holywell ; 1860»-1863« ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Rector of Bnckworth 
since 1863 ; Rural Dean of Leightonstone 
since 1879 ; Hon. Canon of Ely Cath. since 
1902 ; m. BUen Grey, d. of James Dnberly 
of Gaynes Hall, Hunts. Buektcorth Rectory, 
Huntingdon, 

Rev. Edward. Of Fringford Lodge* 
Bicester ; 3rd son of T. E. W. of Culcheth* 
Warrington ; 1849'-1864» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; J.P. for co. Oxf. ; Curate of 
Rustington, Worthing, 1863-8; m. Mary 
Ann Elizabeth, d. of Sir Andrew Arm- 
strong of Gallen Priory, Ferbane, King's 
County ; died June 7, 1901. 

John D'Olier. Eld. son of R. D. G. 
of Cahore House, Gorey ; 1860»-1863»; 
formerly in the 60th Rifles ; dead. 

Sir Edmund Charles, 3rd Bt, J.P., 
D.L. 2nd son of Sir G. E. N , 2nd Bt, of 
Westhorpe, Bucks ; 1862'-1856» ; Capt. 
Gren. Gds., ret 1862 ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Norfolk ; m. Evelyn Henrietta, d. of Gen. 
E. F. Gascoigne. West Harling Hall, 
Thetford. 

H. . 1866. 



H.A. 



1866. 



Smijth-Windham 

(B.B.) 



Mordaunt 

(J.L.J.) 



Kershaw 

(J.L.J.) 

Mildred 

: Mrs. IX) 

Walpole 

(Miss G., W.G.C. <b 
W.J.) 

Hunt 

(F.B.D.) 

Lord Hinching- 
brook 

(Miss G., E.B.) 

Whitting mi, 

(K.S., W.A.C.) 

Baring 

(W.A.C.) 

Arbuthnot 

(F.E.D.) 



Cave 

(P.E.D.) 

Brander 

(Mrs. de R., E.B.) 

Tayleur 

(F.RD) 



Pedder ma. 

(E.H.P. <b J.B.Y.) 



Follett mi, 

(E.C.) 



LiBUT.-CoL. Joseph Chart^s, J.P. 
6th son of J. S.-W. of Wawne, Beverley ; 
1862>-1868»; R. M. Academy, Woolwich; 
Royal Art (ret); served in Afghan 
Campaign (med., 2 clasps and mentioned 
in despatches) ; J.P. for Surrey ; m. Emily 
Harriet Smijth, d. of Sir Claude William 
Champion de Crespigny, 3rd Bt The 
Ridgeway, Wreecletham, Farnham. 

I John Murray, J.P., D.L. 2nd son of 

Sir J. M., 9th Bt, of Walton, oo Warwick ; 

1861*-1866' ; Eton XL 1864r4( ; Field and 

Opp. Wall XLS 1864 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. 

I and D.L. for co. Warwick ; m. Elizabeth 

] Ev^yn, d. of John Cotes, of Woodcote, 

I Newport, Salop. 66 Eccleston Sq., S. W, 

Arthur. 1860*-1863* ; died young. 



Daniel Mildred. 1849'-1866'; Trin. 
ColL Camb. ; Brewer at Cirencester ; dead. 

. 1866. 



i Sir S., K.C.B. 

Henry Thorowgood. 
I Barrister, Middle Temple. 



1862»-1863» ; 



E. G. H. M., Vlsct (Earl of Sandwich). 
. 1866. 



J. B. 
T. 



. 1866. 
. 1866. 



Maj.-Gen. William, C.B. Eld. son of 
A. F. A. of 26 Hyde Park Gds., W. ; 1861»- 
1866* ; entd. Rifle Bgde. 1866 ; served in 
Indian Mutiny, at Siege and Capture of 
Lucknow (Med. &. Clasp) ; in the Abys- 
sinian Expdn. 1868; Present lat the Cap- 
ture of Magdala; Comm. 14th Hussars 
ui the Boer War 1881 ; D.A.G. in Egyptian 
War at Snakim 1886 ; Assist- Adj.-Gen. at 
Horse Gds. 1886-92 ; m. 1st, Hon. Alice 
Charlotte, d. of George, 4th Lord Rivers, of 
Stratfieldsaye, Mortimer, Berks ; 2nd, 
Selina, d. of Sir Thomas Moncrieffe, 7th 
Bt, of Moncrieffe House, Bridge of Earn, 
Perths ; 3rd, Edith Anne, d. of Maj.-Gen. 
J. L. Pearse ; died Sept 12, 1893. 



E. A. 



G. 



. 1866. 



. 1866. 



Charles William. Eld. son of W. T., 
of Hampton ; 1860*-1864» ; Trin. ColL 
Camb. ; Barrister ; m. Ist, Mary Jane, d. of 
John Preston of Southport ; 2nd, Louisa, 
d. of Rev. Preb. Richard Robbins Wolfe, 
of Leighon, Manatou, Devon. Hampton, 
St. Mary Church, Torquay, and 8 Welbeck 
Mansions, 97 Cadogan Gardens, 8. W, 

Richard Newsuam. Of Ashton Park, 
Preston ; 2nd son of K P. of Ashton Park : 
1861«-1863» ; served with the 7th Hussars 
in Indian Mutiny 1868 (Med. and Clasp), 
aft exchanged to 10th Hussars, and Capt. 
8th Hussars ; m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of Sir 
William Henry Feilden, 2nd Bt, of Feiiis- 
cowles, Blackburn ; died 1863. 

Hardinge Giffard. 2nd son of Sir 
W. W. F., AttoiTiey-Gen., of Culm Davy, 
CuUompton ; 1861»-1866» ; Lieut 7th 
FusiUers; diedl86L 



14 



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[1853. 



PhiUips 



imps 

(O.O.G.) 



Brodrick 

(CO.G. & J.L.J.) 

Pryor mi. 



Norman 

(Mrs. D., B.H.P., i 
W.B.M.) 

KeUy 

(R.D.) 

Sconce 

(F.B.D.) 



Hop ton 

(W.B., W.A.O.) 



Caldwell 

(W.B.,W.G.C. &W.L.H.) 



Gosling 

(B.B.) 

Gladstone 

(B.C. & F.V., B.C 
& W.J.) 

Bedford ma, 

(R.F.H., C.W.) 

Chilton 

(Mrs. D., J.L.J.) 



Birch am ma, 

(W.B., J.L.J.) 



Hamilton ma. 

(J.L.J.) 



Maj.-Gen. Thomas, J.P. Son of G. P. 
of Basford Grange, Staffs; 1861*-1853': 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1883; 
Lieat-CoL Comm. 18th Uassars 1883-7, GoL 
1904 ; Commanded 14th BegtL Dlst. York 
1884-9 ; Maj.-Gen. 1893, ret 1896 ; Col. 14th 
Hassars 1903-4 ; J.P. for Staffs ; married. 
Ashenhurtt Ballt Bradnop^ Leek. 

Hon. a. . 1866. 

Henry Maclean. Of Clifton Lodge, 
Biggleswade ; 2nd son of J. P. of Baldock, 
Herts ; 1849*-1863» ; formerly Capt 60th 
Rifles, aft Maj. 1st Beds. Rifle VoL 1873-83 ; 
m. Margaret de Vins, d. of Rev. Charles 
James Wade, Rector of Grayenharst, 
AmpthUl ; died March 11, 1904. 

F. H. . 1866. 



F. F. 



. 1866. 



Gideon Colquhoun. Son of A. S. of 
the Bengal Civil Service; 1861M866" ; 
Trin. ColL Camb. ; B.A. ; caUed to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn ; Chief Jadge, Small 
Caase Court, Calcutta ; m. 1st, Bsther 
Margaret, d, of W. Croft of Worcester ; 
2nd, Blizabetb, d. of Rev. William Ayerst, 
Vicar of Egerton, Asbford; 3rd, Bmily 
Jaliette, d. of Rev. Henry Gleed Armstawng, 
Vicar of WiUesden, N.W. 79 Sinclair 
Rd., W. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir Bdward, K.C.B., J.P., 
D.L. Bid. son of Rev. W. P. H., Vicar of 
Bishop's Frome, Worcester ; 1861'-1864» ; 
served in the 88th Conuanght Rangers 
1864-84; Comm. 87th Regt Dist 1886- 
90 ; Comm. Infty. Bgde. Gibraltar 1893-6 ; 
Lieut-Gov. of Jersey 1896-1900 ; served in 
the Crimea, Indian Mutiny, South Africa 
(1877-9), Kaffir and Zulu Campaigns; 
CoL Conuaught Rangers since 1900 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Hereford ; tn. Clare Ellen, 
d. of Guy Traff ord of Micbaelchnrch Court, 
Hereford. Cagehrook^ EeUon BUhopy Here- 
fordy and The Homend, Stretton OraMdisony 
Ledbury, 

Ralph Wiluam. Son of H. B. C. of 
Hilborongh Hall, Norfolk; 1861»-1866» ; 
Caius ColL Camb. ; Comet Royal Dragoons; 
aa Major 2nd Wilte Vol. ; m. B. Horsfall, 
d. of Charles HorsfaU Bill of Storthes HaU, 
Torks. Oliverty near Colchester. 



W, C. 



W. H. 



1866. 



. 1866. 



Charles. Son of C. B., Solicitor, of 
Worcester ; 1861»-1864» ; Solicitor ; m. 
Elizabeth, d. of WiUiam Lewis ; died 1878. 

Henrt Haskbtt. Son of H. C. C. ; 
186r-1866' ; Field XL 1864-6, Keeper 1866 ; 
0pp. WaU 1866 ; Maj. 4th Royal Irish 
Dragoon Gds. ; m. Blanche, d. of 
Augustus Perkins ; died June 1876. 

Sam. Son of F. T. B. of Burhill, Walton- 
ou-Thames ; 1861''-1866' ; Exeter CoU. 
Oxf.; M.A. ; SoUdtor to L. & S.W. Rly. 
Co. ; m. Caroline Elizabeth, d. of H. W. 
R W. Halsey of Henley Park, Pirbright 
Woking. Beech BUly Maffordy WoHng, 
and Reephamy Norwich. 

Sir Frederic Harding Anson, 7tL 
Bt, J.P. 2nd son of Sir R. N.lD. H., 6th Bt, 
of Silverton Hill, co. Lanark ; 1860»-1863» ; 
formerly Maj. 60th Rifles ; J.P. for co. 
Warwick ; m. Mary Jane, d, of H. Willan, 
Avon Clijfey Alvestony Stratfard-on-Avon. 



Faulkner 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 

Kemmis 

(W.J., Mrs. D., C.O.G. 
& J.KY., W.J.) 



Luxmoore 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 

Severne 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Henn-Gennys 

(C.L.) 



Hankey 

(J.L.J.) 

Austen Leigh mi, 

(K.S., W.A.C. & 
B.D.S.) 

Cherry 

(W.B.M.) 



LiddeJl 

(W.B., aft K.S., R.D.) 

Sanderson 

(RC.) 

Allfrey 

(W.L.E.) 



Park 



Arthur. 1861*-1866'. 



Thomas, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of T. K. 
of Shaen Casile ; 1861M864"; J.P. and D.L. 
for Queen's Co., High Sheriff 1860; m. 
Victoria Alezandrina, d, of Hans Henry 
Hamilton, Q.C., of 26 Fitzwilliam Place, 
Dublin. Shaen Castley Mar^oroughy 
Queen's Co. 



C. C. 



W. M. 



1866. 



1866. 



Rev. Edmund John. Eld. son of 
K B. H.-G. of WbiUeigh Hall, Plymouth ; 
1860*-1864' ; Curate of Ide Hill, Snndridge, 
Sevenoaks, 1861, Veryan, Cornwall, 1863, 
Tamerton, Folliott Plymouth, 1867-73 ; 
died unm. Sept 6, 1873. 

E.T. . 1866. 



. 1866. 



Rev. Benjamin Newman. Son of B. C. 
of Brickendon Grange, Herte ; 1862'-1864' ; 
Sch. of Clare ColL Camb. ; B.A. ; Junior 
Opt 1862 : Camb. viii. 1860 ; Curate of 
Grimley with Hallow, Worcester, 1863-8, 
Potterspury, Stony Stratford, 1868-71; Rec- 
tor of Luddington-in-the-Brook, Oundle, 
1871-86: Rector of Clipsham, Oakham, 
1886-1906 ; m. Rosa Georgina, d. of Bdward 
Pomeroy Barrett-Lennard ; died Feb. 6, 
1906. 

G. G. . 1866. 



Sir T. H., G.C.B. 



Col. Irving Stenino. 2ud son of R. A. 
of Wokefield Park, Mortimer, Berks ; I860*- 
1864* ; joined the 6th Regt ; CoL Comnu 
13th Somerset Lt Infantry ; m. 1st, Mary 
Elizabeth, d. of Maj. Talbot ; 2nd, Florence 
Foot Armp and Navjf Cluby BarnUaple. 

1860»-1863*. 



EEMOVE. 



Wright I 

(K.S., W.G.C. & J.E.Y.) 

Clarke i 

(K.S., W.RM.) 



F.N. 



. 1869. 



Winglield 

(P.E.D.) 



Gen. Sir Charles Mansfield, 3rd Bt, 
G.C.B.,G.C.V.O. Eld. son of Rev. Sir C. C, 
2nd Bt, of Dunham Lodge, Norfolk ; 1862*- 
1866* ; ent Army 1866; served in New Zea- 
land 1861-6 (Med.) ; Zulu War (Brev.-CoL, 
C.B., Med. and Clasp) 1879 ; Basntolaud 
1880-1 ; Comm.-Gen. of Colonial Forces at 
Cape of Good Hope 1880-2 ; A.A.G. War 
Office 1884; D.A.G. Ireland 1886-8; Maj.- 
Gen. Comm. 3rd Infty. Bgde. Aldershot 
1889-92 ; D.A.G. at Headquarters 1892-3 ; 
Comm.-iu-Chief and Lieut-Gen. Comnu 
the Forces at Madras 1893-8 ; Q.-M.-G. to 
the Forces 1899-1903; Govr. of Malta since 
1903 ; m. Gemma Cecilia, d, of William 
Pitt Adams. Qovemment Mousey Malta. 

D. H. R. (aft Wingfleld-Baker). 
. 1866. 



1853.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— EEMOVE. 



15 



Wormald 

(O.W.) 

Palmer 

(F.V. & W.J., W.J.) 

James 

(T.H.S., aft. K.S., 
F.E.D. & C.CJ.) 

Lyall 

(O.W.) 



Carter 

(P. v., aft K.S. 
W.J. & E.B.) 

Taubman 

(B.H.P. & J.E.Y.) 



Mullens 

(P.RD.) 

Dale 

(W.L.R) 



Booke 

(Mrs. D., E.a) 



Green 

(P.V. & W.B.M., 
W.B.M.) 



Pickering mi, 

(W.R, aft. K.S., C.W.) 

Hancock 

(B.O.) 

Horne ma. 

(W.B., W.B.M.) 

Smith 

(P.V., R.D.) 

Dawson 

(F.V., aft K.8. 
W.B.M.) 

Seddon mi, 

(B.H.P.) 

Champernowne 
(B.d) 



I J. . 1866. 

Sm A. R., Bt . 1866. 

A. C. . 1869. 



Sir Jahes Broadwood, K.O.8.I., G.CLB. 
Son of Bey. A. L., Rector of Harbledown, 
Canterbury ; 1862»-1864» ; Haileybury 
Ck>lL; ent Bengal Civil Service 1857; 
joined Punjab Commiesion 1869 ; Pres. in 
Mysore and Chief Cottimissioner of Coorg 
1883-7; Lieat-Gov. of the Punjab 1887-92 
(ret); Pree. Indian Famine Commission 
1898; m. Katharine, d. of Bev. Joshua 
Cautley of Thomey, Peterborough. Staten- 
barough HouUy EaUry^ S.O.y Kent. 



T. J. P. 



1869. 



Sir John Ssnhouss Goldie-, Kt Of 
the Nunnery, Douglas, Isle of Man : eld. 
son of Lient-CoL J. T. G.-T. of the 
Nunnery, Speaker of the House of Keys ; 
1861M866* ; J.P. and Chmn. of Asylums 
Board for the Isle of Man ; Speaker of 
the House of Keys 1869-98 ; Maj. Comm. 
Manx Rifle Vol. ; 1st P.G.M. of the Isle 
of Man 1886-98; Knt of the Order of 
St John of Jerusalem : m. Amelia Donald 
Ankerville, d. of Capt Joseph Grove- 
Ross of Invercharron, co. Ross ; died Nov. 9, 



1861'-1864». Roxburp, 



JoHK Ashley. 
Chertseif. 

Maj. Clement Headington. Son of 
C. D. ; 1852M864' ; formerly in the East 
India MiUtary Service ; Military Knight of 
Windsor ; m. Louisa, d. of H. W. Burgess. 
Castle Yardy Windtor Cattle. 

Liedt.-Col. Willoughby Sandilands. 
Of Bigsweir House, Coleford; sonofG.C.R. 
of Bigsweir ; 1861*-1863» ; formerly Lieut- 
Col, in the Scots Fusilier Gds. ; m. 
Constance Lawson, d. of Henry Adams ; 
dead. 

Sir Richard Dansey (aft Green-Price), 
2nd Bt, J.P. Eld. son of Sir R. G.-P., Ist 
Bt ; 1861'-1866> ; District Auditor ; J.P. for 
CO. Radnor ; m. Clara Anne, d. of Rev. 
T. Powell, Rector of Dorstone, Hereford. 
The Grove, Fresteign, R.8.O., eo, Radnor. 

P.G. U. . 1869. 



Sir H. J. B. Burford-, C.M.G. 
. 1866. 



E.L. 
8. V. 
G. P. 



. 1866. 
. 1866. 
. 1866. 



Sandford. Son of S. S. of Fairfield, 
W. Derby, Liverpool ; 1861«-1863". 

Arthur, P.G.S. Of Dartingtou Hall, 
Totnes ; eld. son of H. C. of Dartington ; 
1861»-1864» ; Trin. ColL Oxt ; M. A. ; J.P. 
for CO. Devon ; m. Helen Elizabeth Caroline, 
d. of Michael Linning MelviUeof Hartfleld 
Grove, Tnnbridge Wells ; died 1887. 



Lord Turnour 

(W.L.K) 

Lord Hood 

(W.J. & B.C.) 



Hardy 

(W.E., B.B.) 

Pott 

(W.A.C.) 

Mr. Eliot 

(W.A.C.) 



Thomas 

(B.H.P. & A.F.B.) 

Butts 

(R.P.H., W.A.C.) 

Vyner 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 



Oliver 

(W.R, B.B.) 

Parmer mi, 

(W.L.R) 

Knatchbull- 
Hugessen mi, 

(KB.) 

Pitz-Gerald 

(H.D.) 



Lubbock ma, 

(J.L.J.) 

Hall 

(F.B.D.) 



Gledstanes mi, 

(W.L.R) 

Pemberton 

(J.L.J.) 



E. (Earl Winterton). 1866. 



Francis Wheeler, 4th Visct, J.P., D.L. 
Eld. son of Samuel, 3rd Yisct H. ; 1861'- 
1864"* ; Lieut-Col. Gren. Gds. ; served in the 
Crimea ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Warwick ; 
m. Edith, d. of Arthur W. Ward of Cal verley 
Park, Tnnbridge Wells. 17 Hertford St., 
Maffair, W. 

Hon. J. S. (aft Gathome-Hardy), Lord 
Medway. . 1866. 

N. . 1866. 



Hon. Charles George Cornwalus, 
CY.O. 6th son of Edward Granville, 3rd 
Earl of St Germans, of Port Eliot, St 
Germans, ComwaU ; 1861»-1863» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxt ; Groom of the Privy Chamber 1871-99 ; 
Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter 1899-1901 ; 
Equerry to their R.H.S Prince and 
Princess Christian 1869-96; Treas. and 
Compt to the Household of T.R.H.8 
1896-1901 ; formerly Capt Gren. Gds., 
and Hon. CoL 3rd Bn. Duke of Cornwall's 
Lt Infty. ; Saxon Albrecht Order (2nd 
Class) ; J.P. and D.L. for GomwaU ; m. 
Constance Rhiannon, d. of Sir Josiah John 
Guest, Bt ; died May 22, 1901. 

G. G. T. (aft Treheme). 

. 1866. 

Aubrey Thohab. 1861'-1864*; for- 
merly living near Cheltenham. 

Reginald Arthur. 2nd son of H. Y. 
of Newby Hall, Ripon ; 1861»-1864» ; for- 
merly Comet, Yorks Hussars, aft Foreign 
Office ; M.P. for Ripon 1860-6 ; J.P. and 
D.L. N. Riding of Torks ; died Sept 28, 
1870. 

S. P. . 1866. 



T. A. 



William Western. 10th son of Rt 
Hon. Sir Edward KnatohbuU, 9th Bt, of 
Mersham Hateh, Ashford, Kent, and 
brother of 1st Lord Brabonme ; 1849*- 
1866* ; Magd. ColL Oxf. ; died at Hastings, 
Sept 6, 1864. 

CAPr. Maurice George Beaufoy. 
1861M86S' ; Capt 17th Lancers ; served 
with the 97th in the Crimea and Indian 
Mutiny ; wounded at the Redan ; Military 
Knight of Windsor ; died Aug. 9th, 1901. 



B. W. 



1866. 



Alexander Wiluam, J.P., D.L. Eld. 
son of H. H. of Barton Abbey; 1861»- 
1866' ; Exeter Coll. Oxt ; M.P. for Oxt 
1874-80 and 1886-92 ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Oxfs., High Sheriff 1867; m. Emma 
Gertrude, d. of Edward Jowitt of Eltofts, 
CO. York. Barton Abbey, Steeple Aston, 
Oxfvrd, 

Hugh Barton. Son of J. H. G. of 
Cheshunt, Waltham Cross; 1847M863* ; 
formerly Capt 76th Regt ; aft in the 
Cape Mounted Rifles ; died March 3, 1872. 

Christopher Peach. Son of C. R. P. 
of Newton, Cambridge; 1861'-1864*; 
Cox of Eton VHL 1862 ; Lieut-Col. Gren. 
(Ms. ; 'Times' Correspondent; kiUed at 
Battle of Sedan, 187a 



16 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1853. 



Harriott 

(W.R, R.D.) 

Grove 

(P. v., W.J.) 

Young mi, 

(J.L.J., aft K.S., 
J.L.J.) 

Chute mi, 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 

Luxmoore 

(K.S., O.L. & J.L.J.) 

Middleton ma, 

(KB.) 

Balston 

(14 r& de R. & E.B., KB.) 



Entwisle 

(A.P.B.) 

Bosanquet mi, 

(K.8.,KR) 

Pinckney 

(P.KD.) 

Carter 

(K.a, 0.0.0. A P.KD.) 

Scott 

(K.a, K&) 
Dent 

(J.W.H., H.D. & 
J.KY.) 



Wellesley 

(B.D.) 

Carew 

(W.A.C.) 



Nicholl 

(Mrs. D., 0.W.) 



Savory 

(W.K, P.KD.) 

Colebrooke 

(KB.) 

Du Cane 
(W.A.a) 

Puller mi, 

(P.V., W.J.) 

Jackson 

(K.S., W.G.C.) 



G. B. 
W.C. 



18M. 



Sir W. M., K.O.S.I. . 1869. 



D. W. 
H.K 
H.B. 



. 1866. 
. 1859. 
. 1866. 



RiCHABD Jambs, J.P. and D.L. Son of 
R. K P. B.,of Tliornlullg, Maidstone ; 1852'- 
1856* ; Paper Manafactarer ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Kent ; High SlierifE 1894-6 ; m. Emily 
Parker, d. of Major John Robinson of 
LyddfKent SpHngfield, MaidUone. 

W, . 1866. 



KF. 
K 

B.H. 
G.G. 



. 1869. 

. 1866. 

. 1869. 

. 1866. 



L1SUT.-G0L. Henry Francis, J.P. Son 
of J. D. of Ribston Hall, Wetherby ; 1849*- 
1856* ; Trin. Coll. Oamb. ; ent Army 
1859, 17th Foot ; exchanged to 3rd 
Hassars ; aft. Maj. 7th Dragoon Gkls. ; 
Master of the Bedale Hoands, 1874-84, and 
1896 — 8 ; employed on Remount Depart- 
ment in Canada daring Boer War, 1900-2, 
and given rank of Lieat.-Gol. ; J.P. for 
N. and K Ridings of Yorks ; m. Isabella, 
d. of Rev. John Tomkyns, Rector of Green- 
ford, Soathall. Menethorpe, Malton. 

HsNRY Robert Bdward. 186S*-1854' ; 
formerly Capt. Madras Cavalry ; died 1880. 

Walter Palk. Only son of Sir W. P. C, 
8th Bt., of Hacoombe, Newton Abbot; 
1862'-1856« ; Eton viii. 1865 ; 0pp. Wall 
1866; Capt. R. Horse Gds. ; m. Ellen 
Aagosta, d. of Thomas Daniel of Stood- 
leigh, Tiverton ; died Jane 14, 1873. 

Maj.-Gen. Christopher Rice Havard. 
5th son of Rt. Hon. J. N., D.C.L., of 
Merthyr Mawr, Glamorgan ; 1850»-1856» ; 
Maj.-Gen. Rifle Brigade (ret) ; served in 
the Crimea (Med. and Clasp), Indian 
Matiny (Clasp), Ashanti 1874 (Bt-Lieat- 
CoL and Clasp) ; m. Florence Emma, d. of 
Rev. Charles Ramsey Knight of Tytheg- 
stone Court, Glamorgan. Manor House, 
St, HUary, Cowhridge. 

Henry Browne. 1861*-1864' ; formerly 
78th Highlrs. ; served with the 95ih in 
Indian Matiny 1867-8 ; wounded at Lack- 
now. 

Jambs Robert Alfred. Son of Lieat- 
Gen. W. M. C, O.B. ; 1849"-1865» ; formerly 
83rd Regt. ; died in India, 1860. 

P.O. . 1856. 



ac. 



Wtluah Henry. Son of W. H. J., 
Merchant, of Brockley House, Lewisham, 
8.E.; 1868»-1866»; CoU. WaU 1855; in 



Vidal ma, 

(F.V., W.B.M.) 



Campion 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Davies 

(R.D.) 

Mr. Duncan 

(A.F.a) 

Messiter 

(Miss K, C.O.G.) 

Gawne 

(W.K, F.E.D.) 

Morrison 

(W.A.C.) 

Lubbock mi, 

(J.W.H. & J.L.J.) 

Clowes 

(F.KD.) 

Malcolm 

(J.KY.) 

Mr. Hare 

(Mrs. D., R.D.> 

Hope ma, 

(A.F.B.) 

Pritchard 

(T.H.a, F.KD.) 

Goodall 

(KB.) 

Boyd 

(W.B.M.) 

Borrer 

(W.K, H.D. & R.D.) 



Ward 

(W.K, P.KD.) 

Johnstone 

(W.K,0.O.G.) 

Qlennie 

(A.F.B.) 

Hornby 

(O.W.) 

Powell 

(W.A.O.) 

Wodehouse 

(KB.) 



Capt. John Henry, R.N. Son of Rev. 
F. V. of Sutton Vicarage, Woodbridge: 
1848'-1863* ; Capt. R. N. (ret.) ; med. for 
Fenian Raid, * Canada' 1866 ; m. Julia 
Ursula Bancroft, d. of Hon. Peter Alex- 
ander Espent of Jamaica. 1 Park Road, 
Sunderland. 



C. W. 



B. M. 



1866. 



1866. 



Hon. R. a. P. Haldane (Earl of 
Camperdown). . 1869. 

John Newman. Son of T. M. of 
Barwick Park, YeovU ; 1861'-1854» ; died 
shortly after leaving Eton. 

R.M. . 1866. 



G. 

M. 

W. 0. K. 

W. R. 

Hon. H. H 

H. W. 



. 1866. 

. 1869. 

. 1866. 

. 1866. 

. 1866. 

. 1866. 



Edward Morhmer. 1852»-1865». 



W. A.G. 



1856. 



Rev. Francis Bacon. 1861'-1866^ ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxt ; M.A.; Carate of Ramsey, 
Huntingdon, 1861-6 ; Rector of Burghfield, 
Reading, 1866-73 ; died 1873. 

Maj. Cary Hampton, J.P., D.L. 
Of Hurst Grange. Sussex ; eld. son of 
Rev. C. H. B., Rector of Hurstpierpoint, 
Hassocks, Sussex, and Treasurer of Chich- 
ester ; 1861»-1866»; formerly Capt. 60th 
Rifles ; Adjt of Vol. 1869-84 ; J.P. and 
D.L. for Sussex ; m. Alice, d. of John 
Eames Downe. SomerhUl Lodge, Hove, 
Brighton, 

Arthur Edward Houlton. Snd son 
of A. W. W. of Calverley, Tunbridge 
Wells ; 1861M855' ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; died in 
Australia. 

John Julius. Of York Terraoe, 
Regent's Park, N.W. ; eld. son of Col. J., 
Gren.Gds. ; 1861«-1854»; Maj.-Gen. Gren. 
Gds. ; J.P. for Middlesex ; died 1898. 

Alexander Grant. Son of J. I. G. of 
16 Devonshire St, W. ; 185S*-1866*; 
Ensign 88nd Regt ; died 1868. 

J. S. , 1866. 



1866. 



Col. Albert Thornton. Son of AdmL 
Hon. K T. W., R.N.; 1862*-185S«; Col. 
R.A. (ret) ; m. Elizabeth Katharine, d, of 
Hon. George Edgenmbe. 4 Winkfield 
VUlat, Dewmport. 



1853.] 



UPPEB SCHOOL— EEMOVE. 



17 



Sutherland 

(Miss G., W.J.) 

Mr. Stanley 

(A.F.B.) 



Gardiner 



Hudson 

(Miss M., W.A.C.) 



Jarrett 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



ShefEeld 

(J.B.Y.) 



Hare 

(B.B.) 



Styleman le 
Strange 

(W.B.M.) 

Lawless ma, 

(W.B.M.) 

Kinglake 

(W.R., RB.) 

Croft 

(B.O.) 

Marindin mi, 

(KB.) 

Turner 

(Miss B., F.E.D.) 

Eodd 

(H.D. & J.B.Y.) 



O.L. 



Bt. Hon. Frederick Arthur (16th Earl 
of Derby), K.G., G.C.B. 2nd son of 
Edward Geoffrey, 14th Earl of D., K.G. ; 
1863»-18M»; formerly Capt. Gren. Gds. 
(ret. 1866) ; M.P. for Preston 1865-8, N. 
Lanes 1868-85, Blackpool Diy. of Lanes 
1885-« ; a Lord of the Admiralty 1868 ; 
Financial Sec. of War 1874-7 ; Fin. Sec. to 
the Treasury 1877-8 ; Sec. for War 1878-80 ; 
Sec. of State for Colonies 1885-6 ; Pres. of 
Board of Trade 1886-8; Gov.-Gen. of 
Canada 1888-93; Lord-Lieat. of Lanes 
since 1897; A.D.C. to the King; Col. 
Comm. 3rd and 4th Bns. King's Own B. 
Lancaster Regt. ; J.P. fof Westmorland ; 
LL.D. ; m. Lady Constance Yilliers, d. 
of George, 4th Earl of Clarendon, K.G. 
33 St. James' Sq., & W. ; Holtroody Hai/es^ 
A a, Kent ; WUherslack Hall, Grange-over- 
SandSt Ji.&0., Lancs^ 'and Knotctleyy 
Prescot. 

Rev. George Edward. Son. of Rev. 
G. G. G., Rector of St. Leonards-on-Sea ; 
1851»-1853» ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Hulmeian 
Scholaiship ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1862 ; Carate 
of Famham 1866-8, Batheaston 1868-70, 
Cole Orton 1870-3, Buxton, Norfolk, 1873-4 ; 
Vicar of Box, Chippenham, 1874-96 ; Sine- 
cure Rector of Haslebury, Chippenham, 
1875-97; m. Bridget Downing Bowles, 
d. of William Stancomb of Blount's Court, 
Devizes ; died May 20, 1897. 

Col. Jambs, J.P. Sou of H. H. of 
Bessiugby, R Yorks ; 1852»-1853» ; for- 
merly Lient.-Col. 84th Regt. ; served with 
the 97th in Crimea and Indian Mutiny ; m. 
Agnes Campbell, d. of Sir J. W. Smith, 
K.C.B. Armley Botuey Bridlington. 

Charles Bbrners. Son of H. N. J., of 
Bathampton House, Heytesbury, Wilts ; 
1852»-1865» ; ent Gren. Gds. 1857 ; m. 
Penelope Frances, d. of Rev. Frank Dyson 
of Cricklade, WUte ; died June 17, 1889. 

Rev. Frank. 5th son of Sir R. S., 4ih 
Bt, of Normanby Park, Doncaster ; 1862»- 
1865» ; Trin. HaU, Camb. ; M.A. ; Curate 
of Burton, Lines, 1862>3; Rector of 
Brampton Brian 1878-95, Brayesworth, 
Eye, 1898-1908 ; m. Constance Mary, d. of 
Hon. and Rev. Arthur Allen Bateman- 
Hanbury, Rector of Shobdon, Herefs ; died 
Dec. 22, 1903. 

Theodore Julius, J.P. 2nd son of 
M. T. H. of Rockend, Torquay ; 1852*- 
1853* ; J.P. for co. Lancaster ; m. Mary, 
d. of John Hargreaves, of Silwood Park, 
Berks. Lpne Qrove^ Virginia Water, 8,0., 
Surrey. 

H. . 1856. 



Hon. V. F. (Lord Cloncurry). 
. 1856. 



F.C. 



Sir H. G. D., Bt 



1856. 



1856. 



Philip Samuel. Son of Rev. S. M., 
Capt 2nd Life Gds., aft Rector of Buckhom 
Weston, Bath ; 1852'-1855'' ; Capt R.E. ; 
m. Florence, d, of H. Henslowe ; died 1876. 

J. . 1856. 



F.R. 



1856. 



Bond 

(Mrs. de R., F.B.D.) 

Grant mi, 

lH.D.) 

A-^ivian 

(J.L.J.) 



Bowyer mi, 

(W.A.C.) 

Tarver 

(Home, W.G.C. & R.D.) 

Starkie 

(J.E.Y.) 



Elwes 

(E.H.P.) 

Fairfax 

(F.E.D.) 

Atkinson 

(R.D.) 

Madden 

(J.E.Y.) 

Eobins 

(W.E., R.D.) 

Tilly 

(Mrs. de R., J.W.H.) 

Lord Sudley 

(E.C.) 

Smith 

(J.L.J.) 

Wethered mi, 

(Mrs. D. A W.B.M., 
C.O.G. & W.B.M.) 

Forbes 

(W.A.C.) 



Bedford mi, 

(R.F.H., C.W.) 

Dowler 

(Miss B., C.O.G.) 

Price 

(W.B.M.) 

Bayly 

(C.O.G. & W.B.M.) 

Eccles 

(J.B.Y.) 



Maj.-Gen. Henry. 1851»-1853»; for- 
merly Lieut-Col Boyal Garrison Art. 
at Sunderland. 

L1BUT.-C0L, WiLMOT. 1851'-1853' ; for- 
merly in the Rifle Bgde.; 18 Bruton 
atreety W, 

Harry Houlton. Son of Maj« Q, Y, of 
Wellingborough and Tregavethan ; 1851'- 
1855' ; m. Anna, d. of John Webb RochCf 
of Rochemonnt, co. Cork. Tregavethan, 
Truro. 



F. W. A. 



1856. 



Edward John. Son of J. C. T. of Eton ; 
1848»-1855» ; Architect; m. Ediih Harriet, 
d. of R. N. Womum ; died June 7, 1891. 

Rev. Henry Arthur. Son of L. N. S. 
of Huntroyde, Padiham, Burnley; 1851"- 
1854* ; Trin. Hall, Camb. ; M.A. ; Curate 
of Holy Trin., Southport, 1862-3 ; Vicar 
of Padiham, Burnley, 1863-5 ; P. Curate 
of Stainforth, Settle, 1865-7; Rector of 
Radcliffe, Manchester, 1867-95. 9 lUbble 
Terrace, Settle. 

Evelyn Robert Cary. Eld. son of 
G. C. E., of 10 Eaton Place, S.W. ; 1851«- 
1853* ; died Dec. 10, 1853. 

T. F. . 1856. 



1852M856': played against 
Mixed Wall and 



died 



Thomas. 
Harrow 1855; 0pp. and 
Field XLS 1855 ; won Hurdles 1855 
at MarseUles 1876. 

Charles Dudley Ryder. Son of Col. 
J. M. of Hilton Park, Clones, Ireland ; 
1852'-1854'' ; Capt in the 8th Regt ; died 
Nov. 7, 1874. 



F. W. 



H. 



1856. 



. 1866. 



A. 8. W. C. F. (Earl of Arran). 
. 1856. 



E. M. 

F. T. 



1856. 
1856. 



Hon. James Ochoncar. Of Corse, 
Lumphanan, co. Aberdeen ; 2nd son of 
Sir J. F., 7th Bt, of Craigievar Castle, co. 
Aberdeen, and brother of William (16th 
Lord Sempill); 1860*-1866' ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; J.P. for co. Aberdeen ; m. Harriett 
d, of Sir Charles Hall, Vice-Chancellor ; 
died May 5, 1900. 

Henry. Son of C. B., Solicitor, of 
Worcester ; 1851*-1854« ; Solicitor (ret) ; 
m. Mary, d. of William King Mahiy. St, 
James\ Brcukley. 

Francis Edward. 1852» - 1866» ; 
formerly in the 52nd Regt, aft Capt. 
Sussex Militia ; died 1900. 



W.B. 



T. H. D. 



. 1856. 



William Hall, J.P. 1852'-1863*; 
formerly Capt Rifle Bgde. ; served in the 
Crimea and Indian Mutiny; J.P. for 
Hants; m. Miss Curtis; died April 18, 1900. 

D 



18 



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[1853. 



Smith ma, 

(W.R, W.B.M.) 



Hoare mi, 

(B.B.) 

Smith mi. 

(W.B.M.^ 



Money 

(R.D.) 

Wood 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Seeker mi, 

(C.L. & O.W.) 



Pinckney mi, 

(F.E.D.) 

Home mi, 

(W.B., W.B.M.) 



Burr 

(C.W.) 

Stopford 

(A.F.B.) 

Fawkes 

(aft. K.S.) 

Luttrell ma, 

(T.H.S., J.B.y.) 



Francis Nicholas, J.P. 2nd son of M. 
T. S. of Shirley, Surrey ; 1863»-1866» ; Trin. 
Coll. Climb. ; B.A. ; formerly Lieat S. 
Notts Yeo. and Capt. Ist Derby R.V. ; 
Banker (ret.) ; J.P. for co. Derby ; m. Ist, 
Florence Catherine, d. of William Drury- 
Lowe of Locko Park, Derby; 2nd, 
Constance Ella, d. of Rey. Benjamin 
Winthrop; Rector of Wolverton, Strat- 
ford-on-Avon. Wingfield Park, Pentrichy 
Derby, and 39 Pont ,»., S.W. 

W. M. . 1869. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Sir Gerard, K.C.M.G. 3rd 
eon of M. T. S., M.P., Banker, of 1 Lombard 
St., B.C. ; 1863'-1864» ; joined Scots Gds. 
1857 : ret as Lieat-CoL 1874 ; aft. a Banker 
at Hull (ret) ; Groom-in- Waiting to Queen 
Victoria 1883-6 ; M.P. for High Wycombe 
1883-6 ; Gov. of W. Australia 1896-1900 ; 
J.P. for E. Riding of Yorks ; m. Isabella 
Chatelaine, d. of Rev. Joseph Harriman 
Hamilton, Canon of Rochester. Holford 
Route, Baldock, R.S.O., HerU. 

Charles Leonard. 1862'-1864' : dead. 



C. L. (Visct Halifax). 1866. 

Edward Onslow, J.P. Son of J. S. of 
Windsor; 1860«-1865=' ; King's Coll. 
London ; Engineer and Chnui. of the 
Sloagh Waterworks Co. ; J.P. for Bucks ; 
tn. d. of W. Gv Nixey of Springfield, 
Slough. 

George. 6th son of R P. of Amesbury, 
Salisbury ; 1861»-1864» ; Lieut 73rd Regt ; 
died unm. 1868. 

Maj.-Gen. Charles James. Son of 
J. T. H. of 6 Grosveuor Cres., Belgrave 
Sq., S.W. ; 1863»-1866» ; Lieut-CoL Beds 
Regt ; m. Elizabeth Douglas, d. of 
Alexander Stewart Elidor, Weymouth. 

H. (aft Higford). 1869. 



S. G. (aft Stopford-Sackville). 
. 1866. 



F. H. 



1866. 



Hawtrev 

(J.W.H.) 



Humphrys 

(W.A.C.) 



Messiter 

(Miss B., W.L.B.) 



Francis Fownes. 3rd son of Col. 
F. F. L. of Kilve Court and Wootton 
House, Somerset ; 1860»-1866» ; Oriel Coll. 
Oxf. ; Farmer in Natal ; m. Anne Helena, 
d, of Stephanns Maritz ; died 1880. 



FOUETH FOEM. 

Ralph de Beauvoir. Eld. son of Rev. 
M. J. G. H., Rector of Rimpton, Bath ; 
1860*-1854»; Coram. RN. (Baltic Med.); 
m. Mary Whitney, d. of William Richards ; 
drowned near New Zealand, 1873. 

Rev. Canon Hugh. Son of W. H. of 
Ballyhaise House, Cavan; 1862*-1866»; 
Trin. CoU. Camb. ; B.A. ; Capt 16th Hus- 
sars 1860-9, and Hon. Maj. Cavan Militia ; 
Curate of New Ross, co. Wexford, 1886-7, 
CasUecomer, co. Kilkenny, 1887-92; Rector 
of Eccles since 1886, and Incumbent of 
Kuocktopher since 1892 ; Preb. of Mayne 
in Kilkenny Cath. 1899 ; Rural Dean of 
Thomastown 1901 ; tn. Louisa Charlotte 
Catherine, d. of Rev. H. Evans Lombe 
of Bylaugh Park, Norfolk. Vicar^eJxL, 
Knocktopher, Thomastown, 

Rev. George Terrt Moulton 
(aft Messiter-Terry). Son of G. M., 
Solicitor, of Wincanton, Bath; 1862»- 
1863»; Exeter CoU. Oxf.; M.A. ; Wells 
Theo. CoU.; Hon. Chaphiin 3rd Bn. 



Messiter — eont. 



Musters 

(Mrs. de R, RD.) 



Onslow 

(Miss G., C.L. dc 
W.L.E.) 



Gihbs 

(W.A.C.) 

Packe 

(C.L.) 

Selwyn 

(W.E., B.B.) 

Ames 

(C.O.G. & W.B.M.) 



Bngge mi, 

(Mrs. D., J.B.Y.) 

Dashwood 

(CO.G. & W.B.M.) 

Mr. Drummond 

(W.E., B.H.P. & A.F.B.) 



Gooch 

(A.F.R) 

Stevens 

(Home, F.B.D.) 

Noel 

(J.W H. &, KR) 

Pakenham 



Vidal mi, 

(F.V., W.B.M.) 

McNeill 

(C.W.) 



Somersets Lt Infty. ; Curate of Stoke St 
Gregory, Taunton, 1862-4; Vicar of 
Peyhembnry since 1864. Peyhembury 
Vicarage, Ottery St. Mary. 

John Chaworth, of Annesley Park, 
Nottingham, and Wiverton Hall, Bingham, 
Nottingham. Eld. son of J. G. M. of 
Wiverton; 1861M863" ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Nottingham,. High 
Sheriff 1864; m. Caroline Anne, d. of 
Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton HaU, South- 
well ; died 1887.: 

WiLUAM Arthur. Of Preston Bagot 
House, Henley-in-Arden ; 3rd son of R F. O. 
of Newent, Gloucester ; 1861»-1866» ; J.P. ; 
m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Theodore J. 
Cartwright, of Preston Bagot ; died Oct 28, 
1903. 

Robert Crawley. 11th son of G. H. G. 
of Aldenham House, Herts ; 1862>-1863' ; 
died unm. July 31, 1866. 

Francis. 1861"-1863». 



1866. 



Alfred. 6th son of G. H. A. of Cote 
House, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol ; 1862»- 
1864" ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; 2nd Bn. Rifle 
Bgde, 1869-67. Junior United Service 
Club, 11 Charles St., S,W, 



T. B. 



1866. 



Charles Keith. 3rd son of Lieat-Ck>L 
A. W. D. of The Grange, Shenley, Bamet ; 
1862''-1866' ; Lieut 18th Bengal Native 
Infty. ; kiUed at Lucknow, Nov. 22, 1867. 

Hon. Jahes David (10th Visct Strath- 
allan). Eld. son of WiUiam Henry, 9th 
Vibct. a ; 1862M866' ; formerly Capt 
Bucks Teo. Cav., aft Lieut-GoL 6th 
Dragoon Gds. ; J.P. and D.L. for oo. Perth ; 
m. 1st, Ellen, d. of Cndbert R ThomhiU, 
LC.S. ; 2nd, Margaret, d, of WiUiam 
Smythe of Methven Castle, Perth ; died 
Dec. 6, 1893. 

P. S. 1866. 



N. J. C. 



M. H. 



1866. 



Capf. Hamilton Sandford. 6th son of 
Very Rev. Hon. H. P., Dean of St Patrick's, 
Dublin ; 1860'-1864' ; Capt 2nd Life Gds. ; 
m. Gwenwydd Frances, d. of GoL Hon. 
Richard Thomas Rowley; died Oct 20, 
1864. 



RW. 



. 1866. 



Sir Malcolm, Et, C.B. 4th son of Oapt 

A. M. of Colonsay and Gigha, oo. AjrgyU ; 

1862M864'; RM. CoU. Sandhurst; 78th 

I HighUrs., ret 1861 ; ent Civil Service 1867 ; 

Sec. of Board of Supervision for the reUef 

I of the poor and of Public Health in Scot- 

I land 1892, and of the L.G.R of Scotland 

1894, Vice-Pres. and Chmn. 1897 ; tn. Ist, 

Clara Elizabeth, d. of Robert Buchanan of 

Ardoch ; 2im1, Susan Carrathers, d, of 

' Archibald McNeiU, Principal Qerk of 

I Sessions hi Edinburgh. 63 Manor Ftaee^ 

I Edinburgh, 



1853.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FOUETH FOEM. 



19 



Baillie mi, 

(P.E.D.) 



Tottenham 

(W.B., P.B.D.) 



Elers 

(C.W.) 



Hancocks 

(F.V., W.J ) 

Westcar 

(Mrs. D., W.J.) 

Brace 

(R.D.) 



Gator 

(W.L.B.) 



Langworthy 

(W.G.O.) 



Wilson mi. 

(CO.G.) 



Francis 

(Mias E., W.J.) 

Bell wa. 

(E.C.) 

Oldfield 

(W.G.C.) 



Hall 

(J.L.J.) 

Patten 

(F.B.D.) 

Millett 

rW.B., RD.) 



WiLUAM Hunter. 2nd son of W. H. B. 
of Dantesborne Abbots, Cirencester ; 1862»- 
1855* ; formerly 91st Highlrs. ; served in 
Indian Mutiny ; aft. Capt 8tli Regt ; 
licensed Dioc. Reader, Loudon ; died 
March 17, 1896. 

Arthuk Loftus-. Of Glenfarne Hall. 
CO. Leitrim ; eld. son of N. L.-T. of Glen- 
fame ; 1852'-1863'' ; Gapt. Rifle Bgde.; 
served in ttie Crimea; M.P. for Leitrim 
1880-5, and Winchester 1885-7 ; J.P. and 
D.L.for CO. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1866 ; m. 
Sarah Anne, d. of George Addenbrooke 
Gore of Barrowmoant, oo. Kilkenny ; died 
of fever in New York, Dec. 4, 1888. 

Charles George. Son of G. G. E. of 
Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. ; 1862' 
1854» ; formerly Maj. W. Somerset Yeo. ; 
aft. residing in Kensington Coart : m. 
Alice Maad, d. of Thomas Mathews ; died 
July 13, 1899. 

A. T. . 1856. 



H. E. 



1866. 



Capt. George Edward. Son of G. B. 
of Cavendish Sq., London, W. ; 1862'- 
1854* ; Capt In the Army (ret) ; Barrister- 
at-Law ; m. d. of H. Mapother. 11 Chapel 
St.y Belyrave 8q.y S.W. 

Frederick Henry. Of Eastridge, 
Hants ; 6th son of Rev. T. C. of Skelbrook 
Park, Doncaster, and Rector of Kirby 
Smeaton, Yorks ; 1862»-1863» ; Civil 
Service (ret) ; m. 1st, Frances Sophia 
Yaaghan, d. of Rev. Sir Edward Harry 
Vaaghan Colt, 6th Bt, Vicar of Hill, 
Falfleld, Glos ; 2ud, Letitia EUzabeth, d. 
of Gtordon Willoughby James Gyll of 
Remenham House, Wraysbury, Staines, 
and widow of Charles Campbell Prinsep. 
44 Belgrave Eoady & W. 

Col. Vincent Upton, J.P. Son of 
V. T. L. of Ilminster ; 1852»-1864» ; for- 
merly In the 7th Fusiliers, aft Hon. Col. 
8rd Vol. Bn. Somerset Lt Inftry. ; J.P. for 
Somerset; m. Frances, d, of J. Talbot 
HortOHy Ilmmster. 

Vice-Adml. Sir Arthur Knyvet, V.C, 
K.C.V.O., K.C.B. 3rd sou of Rear-Adml. 
G. K. W., aN., of 3 Brunswick Place, 
Windsor ; 1862»-1854' ; served in the 
Crimea 1854, Chinese War 1865, Egyptian 
Campaign 1882, Soudan 1884 ; A.D.C. to 
Queen Victoria 1892-5 ; a Lord Commnr. 
of the Admiralty and Comptroller of the 
Navy 1897-1901 ; Comm.-ln-Chief of the 
Channel Squadron 1901-3, Home Fleet 
since 1903. UnUed Service Club, 116 Pall 
Mall,S,W. 



M.J. 



1856. 



1866. 



Caff. Christopher Campbell, J.P. 
Son of H. S. O., H.E.I.C.S. ; 1852»-1854' ; 
Exeter ColL Oxf. ; formerly Capt 85th 
King's Lt Infty. ; J.P. for co. Southamp- 
ton ; m. Edith Frances, d. of Richard 
Samuel Guinness of Deepwell, Dublin, and 
widow of Robert Charles Pearse of South 
Wamborough Lodge, Winchfleld. Sea- 
forth Lodge, Maidenhead. 

C. A. H. . 1856. 



A. Wilson-. 
C. F. 



1866. 
1866. 



Morse 

(W.E. & C.W., C.W.) 

Lord A. Clinton 

(E.C.) 

Warburton 

(E.C.) 



E<jbinson 

(C.W.) 

Jervis 

(W.A.C.) 



Marindin min, 

(E.B., aft K.S., E.B.) 

Messiter min. 

(F.V., W.W.) 

Allen 
Whitmore 

(Miss K, A.P.B.) 

Cobbold 

(W.E., aft K.S., 
W.A.C. & B.D.S.) 

Ward 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 

Hope mi. 

(A.F.B.) 

Halsey 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 

Willis ma. 

(T.H.S., W.W.) 

Harle 

(J.L.J.) 

Mr. Trench 

(A.F.B.) 

Streatfeild 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Newdigate 

(C.W.) 

Baskerville 

(C.W.) 

Byng 

(A.F.B.) 



H. G. 



Arthur Pelham-. 3rd son of Henry, 
5th Duke of Newcastle, K.G. ; 1852M864* ; 
Lieut RN. ; served in the Baltic 1855 and 
Indian Mutiny ; M.P. for Newark ; died 
unm. June 18, 1870. 

Piers Egerton-, J.P., D.L. Only son of 
R. E. E.-W. of Warburton, Warrington and 
Arley Hall ; 1862»-1855' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; M.P. for Mid-Cheshire 1876-85 ; Col. 
Comm. Earl of Chester's Yeo. Cav. (ret) ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Cheshire ; m. Hon. 
Antoinette Elizabeth, d. of John, 3rd Lord 
de Saumarez. Arley Hall, Northttich. 



G. C. (aft. Robertson). 

. 1856. 

Edward John Parker Parker-. Eld. 
son of Hon. E. S. P.-J. of Aston Hall, 
Sutton Coldfleld, Birmingham ; 1852'- 
1854" ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; m. Grace 
Catherine, d. of Chief Justice Sir John 
Jervis ; died July 31, 1868. 

G. E. . 1859. 



A. H. 



1856. 



George Woranzow. 1851'-1865* 
merly Capt R.N. 
T. C. D. . 1856. 



F. T. 



E. H. 



. 1859. 



George Robert. 2nd son of G. W. H. 
of Luff ness, Aberlady, co. Haddington ; 
1863'-1853»; Capt R.N.; died July 12, 1882. 



T. F. 

W.J. 

W. 

Hon. P. S. C. 



. 1856. 

. 1866. 

. 1856. 

. 1856. 



Rev. William Champion. 2nd son of 
W. C. S. of Chart's Edge ; 1863'-1866» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Curate of St 
Andrew's, Croydon, 1863, Plaxtol, Seven- 
oaks, 1864-5 ; Rector of Howick, Lesbury, 
Northumb. 1866-78, Ryton-on-Tyue 1878- 
81, Kingsworthy, Winchester, 1881-7, 
Frant, Tunbridge Wells, 1887-1901 ; m. 
Selina Frances Diana, d. of William 
Leveson-Gtower of Titsey Place, Limps- 
field, Surrey. Chart's Edge, Westerham, 
S.O., Kent. 

Albert Lewis. 8th son of P. N. of 
Kirk and West Hallam. Derby ; 1863»-1866» ; 
Ch (Jh. Oxf. ; B.A. : Civil Engineer ; died 
unm. March 7, 1888. 



J. 



. 1866. 



LiEUT.-CoL. Alfred Molyneux (aft 
Cranmer-Bjrng), J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
Capt H. B., R.N. ; 1863»-1864» ; formerly 
Lieut-Col. Gren. Gds. ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Essex ; m. 1st Caroline Mary, d. of Rt 
Hon. Henry Tufnell, M.P. ; 2nd, Emma 
Evangeline, d. of Ker Baillie-Hamilton, 
C.B., Gov.-Gten. of the Leeward Islands. 
Quendon Hall, Newport, S.O., Euex. 



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[1853. 



Blandy 

(W.L.B.) 

Bosanquet 

(E.B.) 

Mr. Amherst 

(J.L.J.) 



Milner 
(W.A.a) 

Langham ma, 

(A.F.B.) 

Langham mi. 

(A.F.B.) 

Marshall ma. 

(F.B.D.) 

G-osling mi. 

(J.B.Y.) 

Apthorp 

(MisB G., aD.) 

Van de Weyer 

(J.W.H., E.O. & W.E., 
B.O. & B.D.) 

Thomas 

(J.W.H. & R.D., RD.) 



Brewer 

(B.O.) 

Lane-Fox mi. 

(F.RD.) 

Mr. Scott 

(J.W.H., W.B.M.) 



Elvey 

(Home, R.D.) 

Leny 

(O.L. & O.W.) 

Eeeve 

(P.E.D.) 

Drammond 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



Middleton mi. 

(E.B.) 

Eawlinson 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



J. (aft. Blandy-Jenkins). 
R. H. M. 



1856. 
1859. 



Hon. & Rkv. Percy Arthur. 3rd son 
of William Pitt, 2nd Barl Amherst ; 1853"- 
1856* ; Trin. OolL Camb. ; B.A. ; Curate of 
Kettering 1863-5, Black Boarton,Clanfield, 
CO. Oxford, 1879-81, Hungerford 1888-9 ; 
m. Agnes Laara, d. of Edward Stack. 
3 Wilton Terrace, S,W. 



P. H. W. 



1856. 



Sir H. H., Bt . 1859. 
F. N. . 1856. 

W. B. . 1866. 



0. 

G. F. 
V. W. B. 



. 1856. 



. 1856. 



Col. Morgan Dalrtmplb (aft Tre- 
heme). Eld. son of M. T. of Gate Hoase, 
Mayfield, Sassex ; 1848M856» ; Field, 
0pp. and Mixed Wall xi.s 1865 ; formerly 
CoL Royal W. Kent Regt ; m. Agnes, 
Coantess Waldstein, d. of Baron F. Fiath 
and widow of Coant Waldstein. VUla 
Agnesey San kemo, Italy, 



W. H. 



J.T. R. 



1856. 



1856. 



Hon. Thomas Charles (5th Earl of 
Clonmell). 2nd son of John H6nry, 3rd 
Barl of C; 1850»-1854»; Lieat-CoL Rifle 
Bgde. ; A.D.C. to Lord-Lieut of Ireland ; 
D.L. CO. KUdare ; m. Agnes, d, of Robert 
Godfrey Day ; died June 18, 1896. 



G. H. 



W. Macalpine-. 



1856. 



Charles. Of Sandhill Lodge, Fording- 
bridge, Salisbury; 1852"-1864»; J.P. for 
Hants ; died 1883. 

Cecil George Asshbton. Of Enderby 
Hall, Leicester, and Copthorue, Fawley, 
Southampton ; son of A. R. D. of Cadlaud, 
Southampton ; 1862'-1855' ; formerly Capt. 
Rifle Bgde. and Leioesters MiUtia ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Leicester ; High Sheriff 
1885 ; J.P. for Hants ; m. Charlotte AmeUa, 
d. of William Leigh Brook ; died Dec. 6, 
1903. 

W. F. . 1859. 



R 



Egerton 

(J.L.J.) 



Lord Earlsfort 

(J.W.H., W.B.M.) 



Lord Uffington 

(B.B.) 

Hamond 

(B.B.) 

Wykehara 

(RD.) 

Mr. Annesley 

(J.E.Y.) 



Hornby 

(J.L.J.) 

Collings 

(P.V., W.J.) 

Ainsworth 

(Miss G., W.J.) 

Mundy 

(W.A.C.) 



Mailings 

(Mrs. de R., W.A.C.) 

Pedder mi. 

(J.E.Y.) 

Marquis of 
Bowmont 

(E.B.) 

Melville 

(A.F.B.) 



Bircham mi. 

(W.E., J.L.J.) 

Brodhurst 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Luttrell mi. 

(T.H.S., J.KY.) 

Garden-Campbell 

(W.A.C.) 



LiEUT.-CoL. Rowland. 2nd son of Sir 
P. de M. Grey-Bgerton, 10th Bt, F.RS., 
of Oulton Park, Tarporley ; 1852»-1855* ; 
Rifle Bgde. (ret). 2 CarliOe Place, 

Victoria St., S.W. 

John Henry Reginald (4th Barl of 
Clonmell). Eld. son of John Henry, 3rd 
Earl of C. ; 1850*-1854» ; formerly Lieut 
1st Life Gds. ; D.L. co. Kildare ; died unm. 
June 22, 1891. 



W. A. F., Visct 



1856. 



Philip. 2nd son of A. H. of Westacre 
High House, Swaflham ; 1852'-1853' ; died 
1861. 

W. A. (aft Wykeham-Musgrave). 
. 1856. 

Hon. William Octavius Berbsford. 
Of Painswick, Stroud, Glos ; 6th son of 
William Richard, 3rd Earl Annesley; 
1851*-1856* ; formerly in the 6th Dragoons ; 
m. Caroline, d. of John Mears, of Bagshot, 
Camberley ; died July 20, 1875. 



B. G. S. 



H.H. 



R. H. 



1856. 



. 1856. 



. 1856. 



Charles Francis (aft Massingberd- 
Mundy), J.P., D.L. Eld. son of C. J. 
H. M.-M. of Ormsby HaU; 1853'-1855'; 
formerly Lieut 33rd and 53rd Regte. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Lincoln; m. Louisa 
Charlotte, d. of Charles John Bigge of 
Linden, co. Northumberland. Ormtby 
Hall, Alford. 



A. R. (aft Randolph). 
A. E. 



1856. 
1859. 



J. H. R (Duke of Roxbnrghe). 
. 1856. 



Capt. Hon. Norman Leslie-. 4th son 
of John Thornton, 9th Barl of Leven and 
Melville ; 1853»-1853" ; formerly Capt 
Gren. Gds. ; m. Georgina, d. of Capt 
WUliam Shirley Ball of Abbeylara, 
Granard, co. Longford. 24 Elvaston Place, 
Queen* » Gate, S, W. 



F. T. 



1856. 



Arthur Westby. Son of J. B. B. of 
Mansfleld ; 1863"-1865' ; formerly 2nd 
European Lt Oa.\. ; served with the 2nd 
Dragoon Gds. at Lncknow (Med. and 
Clasp) ; aft. Capt 20th Hussars ; ret 1872 ; 
dead. 



R F. 



1856. 



Francis William. Of Troup House, 
Banff ; only son of F. G.-C. of Troup 
House ; 1852»-1855* ; formerly Lieut Scots 
Gds., aft Lieut-Col. Comm. Baufls YoL 
Art (V.D.); m. Ist, Sara, d. of Denis 
Cavanagh of Queen's Co. ; 2nd, Ellen, d. of 
Charles Thome ; died May 10, 1895. 



1853.] . 



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21 



Lord Marsham 

(B.B.) 



Dearden 

(P.B.D.) 



Mr. Somerville 

(W.L.B.) 

Davy 

(J.B,Y.) 

Duncombe mi, 

(F.V., w. J.) 

Buckle 

(Home, W.J.) 

Bowyer-Smijth 

(W.L.B.) 

Ludlow-Bruges 
(R.r».) 

Hodge mi. 

(W.G.O.) 

St, Aubyn mi, 

(P.B.DO 

Hamilton mi, 

(J.L.J.) 



Hopwood 

Cte.R) 
Kindersley mi, 

(B.O.) 

Wilson 

(K.S.) 

Sterling 

(RD.) 



Pepys mi. 
(j.B.y.) 

Jarvis 

(B.D.) 



Ashford mi. 

(B.B.) 



Gharlbs (4th Earl of Romney). Eld. 
son of diaries, 3rd Earl of R., of the 
Moat, Maidstone; 1863'-1854' ; Ch. Gh. 
Oxt; R.N. 1864-8; formerly Lieut. B. 
Kent Yeo. ; a Lord-in- Waiting to Qaeen 
Victoria 1889-92 ; Pres. of the Marine 
Society ; J.P. and D.L. for Kent ; J.P. for 
Norfolk ; m. Lady Frances ^agasta Con- 
stance, cf. of Oeorge Angnstas Francis, 
8nd Marqois of Hastings. 4 Upper Bel- 
grave 8t.f &Tr., and Oajfton Hall, King't 
Lffnn. 

James Gbiffith, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
J. D., F.S.A., of Rochdale Manor ; 1863»- 
1854' ; Magd. Goll. Gamb. ; called to the 
Bar, Lincoln^s Inn, 1860 ; J.P. for Lanes ; 
D.L. for CO. Northampton, High Sheriff 
1901. Manor Bouui Rochdale; Wjftham 
Hall, Bourn, Oambridge, and Walcot Hall, 
CO. Northampton. 

Hon. H. (Lord S.). . 1866. 



G. B. 



Richard Nicolls. Son of Capt E. B., 
Bengal Art. ; 1863«-1866» ; Capt. R.B. ; 
died of woauds In Ashauti, Jan. 1874. 

Sir W., Bt. . 1866. 



Edmund Lowthsb. 3nd son of W. H. 
L.-B. of Seend, Melksham ; 1863'-1864* ; 
died at Eton of scarlet fever 1864. 

Db Burgho Edward. 1863"-1864» ; 
formerly Capt 12th Lancers, aft Devon 
Mounted Rifles. 

B. . 1866. 



Francis Hknrt. 3rd son of Sir R. N. 
C. H., 6th Bt, of SUverton Hill, co. Lanark ; 
1868*-1864* ; formerly Capt 6th Lancers ; 
m. Maria Theresa, d, of Charles Crosbie of 
Northlands, Sassex, and widow of Maj. 
George Ernest Rose, Rifle Bgde. ; died Nov. 
29, 1891. 

F. E. . 1869. 



H. W. S. 



G. H. D. 



Maj.-Gbn. John Barton. Son of Rev. 
G. J. a of Etroria, Skelton, Staffs ; 1863*- 
1864* ; formerly in the R.N., aft in the 
8th Foot ; transferred to Coldstream Gds., 
Gomm. 2nd Bn. ; served in Egypt 1882 
(woanded at Tel-el-Kebir), in the Soadan, 
and in Cyprus 1886 ; m. Caroline Matilda, 
d. of Sir John Salusbary-Trelawny, 9th Bt 
4 South Place, Knightsbridge, &W. 

H. . 1866. 



Gborgb Edbn, J.P., D.L. Only son of 
G. K. J. of Doddington Hall ; 1863'-1864«; 
formerly Capt Qaeen's Bays and 18th 
Hossars ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln, 
High Sheriff 1878 : J.P. for Notts ; m. Alice 
Loaisa, d. of Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton 
Hall, Soathwell. Doddington Hall, Lincoln. 

Hbnrt Wiluam. 1862»-1864" ; formerly 
in the 100th Regt 



Streatfeild 

(Mrs. de R., W.A.O.) 

Ponsonby 

(W.B.M.) 

Wilmer 

Lord Eendlesham 

(B.B.) 

Baillie min. 

(F.E.D.) 

Curtis 

(F.B.D.) 

Morgan 

(A.F.B.) 



Barneby 

(W.B.M.) 



Marquis of Tulli- 
bardine , 

(W.R, F.B.D.) 



G.S. 
C. B. 

H. 0. 
F. W. B. 

J. R 



. 1866. 

. 1866. 

. 1866. 

. 1866. 

. 1866. 



Montagu Gborgb. Son of G. L. 0. of 
London; 1863'-1864* ; died at Eton of 
scarlet fever 1864. 

Hon. a. J. . 1866. 



Unplaced. 

John Habington (aft Latley), J.P., 
D.L. Eld. son of J. B. of Brockhampton ; 
1863«-1866» ; Ch. Oh. Oxt ; M.A. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Hereford, High Sheriff 1873; 
J.P. for ca Worcester ; m. Emily Mai^ret, 
d. of Hon. and Rev. George Gostavos 
Cbetwynd-Talbot, Rector of Withington, 
Andoversford. BroeJthampton^ Worcester. 

J. J. H. H. (Dake of AthoU). 
. 1866. 



LOWEK SCHOOL. 

THIED FOEM.— Upper Greek. 



Lubbock min. 

(Miss G., E.O. & J.L.J.) 

Fisher 

(J.W.H. & W.B.M.) 

Hamersley 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Mr. MoJyneux 

(B.B.) 



Wythes 

(W.L.R) 

Scott 

(B.B.) 

Bruxner 

(J.W.H.,B.C. &W.W.) 

Wood 

(J.W.H.) 

Mr. Devereux 

(J.W.H. & R.D.) 



R.G. 



. 1869. 



. 1866. 



Edward Samubl, J.P., D.L. 2nd son 

of H. H. of I^rton Manor ; 1863M863* ; 

Exeter ColL Oxt ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 

Oxford ; m. Ist, Alice, d. of G. Barton of 
I Sydney, Australia ; 2nd, Loaisa Maade, d, 
I of John B. Graham of Schloss Handschohs- 

heim, Germany, i^rfoii Manor, Watling- 

ton, WaXlingford. 

Capt. Hon. Henry Hervbt. 3rd son 
of Charles William, 3rd Earl of Sefton ; 
1863»-1864» ; Capt R.N.,ret 1883 ; m. AUoe 
Catherine, d. of Humphrey St John- 
Mildmay. Sanhatn House, Kirbp Bellart, 
Melton Motebrajf, 

G.E, . 1866. 



WiixiAM Gborgb. Sou of Hon. and 
Rev. W. H. a. Rector of Maiden Newton, 
Dorchester ; 1862*-1864^ ; Commander 
R.N. ; died Jaly 21, 1881. 

B. A. 



B.A. 



1866. 



1866. 



Hon. Robert (16th Visct Hereford). 
Eld. son of Rev. Robert, 16th Visct H. ; 
Hon. Canon of Durham; 1862M866* ; 
R.M. ColL Sandhurst ; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Brecon ; J.P. for co.s Radnor and Here- 
ford ; m. Hon. Mary Anna Morgan, d. of 
Charles, Ist Lord Tredegar. Tregogd, Three 
Cocks, R,8,0.t CO, Brecon. 



22 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1853. 



Heraing 

(W.B.M.) 

Turner 
Dumford 

(J.W.H. & P.B.D., 
aft. K,a, F.E.D.) 

Fen wick 

(J.W.H. & W.B.M.) 

Mr. Kinnaird 

(J.W.H. & A.P.B., 
A.F.B.) 

Chambers 

(J.W.H.) 

Tabor 

(W.B.M.) 



Watkins 

(J.W.H.) 

Duricombe min. 

(J.W.H.) 



S. B. 



1866. 



Thomas Macnaghtbn. 1862M863' ; 
formerly in the 3rd Haesars. 

R. . 1869. 



T. P. 



. 1866. 



Hon. 0. P. (Master of Kinnaird). 
. 1866. 



WiUJAM Henrt. 1848'-1849*; ent 
again 1863'-1866*. 

James Albert Clement. Son of J. T. 
of Earls Hall, Prittlewell, Soatheud-on-Sea ; 
1868»-1866? ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Barrister ; 
m. Catherine A., d. of S. W. Savill ; died 
Feb. 14, 1880. 



W.H. 
P. W. 



. 1869. 
. 1866. 



liOWEB GbEEK. 



Mr.Fitzwilliam ma, 

(Miss M., J.L.J.) 

Brouncker 

(J.W.H.) 



Palmer 

(E.B.) 

Seeker min. 

(C.L.) 

Smith mi. 

(J.W.H. & J.L. J.) 

McDouall 

(J.W.H. & R.D.) 

Duke of St. Albans 

(J.W.H. * B.O.) 

Martin 

(J.W.H.) 

Stanley 
Lawless mi. 

(J.W.H.) 



Mr. Fitzwilliam mi. 

(J.L.J.) 



Jelf mt. 

(J.W.H., E.O. A W.B., 
J.W.H., B.O. A B.D.) 

Bell mi. 

(J.W.H.,J.W.H. & B.O.) 



Hon. W. Wentwori-h- (Visot Miiton> 
. 1866. 

Henrt Prancis. Of Boveridge, Cran- 
bome, Salisbary ; eld. son of B. B. of 
Boveridge ; 1861'-1863' ; formerly Lieut. 
24th Begt. ; J.P. for oo.s Soathampton and 
Dorset; m. Ist, Mary Katherine, d. of 
Bverson Harrisson of Tolethorpe Hall, oo. 
Batland; 2nd, Letitia Aagnsta Sarah, d. 
of Bobert McKerrell ; died Sept. 18, 1896. 



W. 

H.G. 

A.T. 

J. 

W. A A. de V. 



. 1866. 

. 1866. 

. 1869. 

. 1866. 

. 1866. 



Gborob Anne Orbeniybt.l. 1862'- 
1864* ; formerly Lieut, in the Boyal 
Marines. 



0. B. H. 



1866. 



OoL. Hon. Edward. 2nd son of Edward 
Srd LopdCloncnrry ; 1861»-1863» ; formerly 
Gapt in the Bifie Bgde. ; aft. Hon. Ck>L Srd 
Bn. Boyal Dublin Pusiliers ; m. Mary 
Elizabeth, d, of Bev. Benjamin Barton, of 
Barton Hall, co. Carlow. Biyarutown^ 
Mavnoothy li,&0., co. KUdare. 

Hon. W. H. Wentworth-. 
. 1866. 



Hayne 

(W.A.O.) 



SENSE. 

B. H. 
0. G. 



1869. 



1869. 



Geobos Wiluam. 1862*-186S* ; formerly 
Gapt 13th Hussars ; died Sept 24th, 1886. 



Freeth 

(J.W.H.^ft K.S.,C.C. J.) 

Kirby mi. 

(J.W.H., E.C. & W.W.) 

Mr. Skeffington 

(J.W.H.) 

Whatman 

(Mrs. D., E.B.) 



Mr. Strutt 

(J.W.H.) 



B. 

H. G. M. 



1869. 
1869. 



Hon. C. J. E. Poster-. (Visct. Masse- 
reene & Perrard). . 1866. 

Charles Bichard Baiosrsfeld. Only 
son of C. J. W. of The Friars, Aylesford, 
Maidstone ; 1852»-1866' ; m, widow of W. 
E. Fhich ; died Mar. 29, 1874. 

Hon. John William (3rd Lord Bayleigh), 
D.O.L., LL.D., F.B.S. Eld. son of John 
James, 2nd Lord B., of Terling Place ; 
186S*-1883« ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; M.A. : 
Hon. D.C.L. Oxf. ; Hon. LL.D. Dublin ; 
Hon. D.Sc. Dublin ; Sen. Wrangler and 
Smith's Prizeman 1866 ; Fellow of Trin. 
1866 ; Pro! of Experimental Physics at 
Camb. 1879-84 ; Sec. to Boyal Soc. 1887-96; 
Prof, of Natural Philosophy at the Boyal 
Institntiou since 1887 ; Lord-Lieut, of 
Essex 1892-1901 ; Scientific Adviser to 
Trinity House smce 1896 ; m. Evelyn 
G^rgiana Mary, d. of James Maltland 
Balfour of Whittingehame, Prestonkirk. 
Terling Place. Witham. 



NONSENSE. 



Talbot 

(J.W.H.,aftK.S.,C.C.J.) 

Willis mi. 

(T.H.a, W.W.) 

Marshall mi, 

(F.B.D.) 

Hodgson 

(W.L.H.) 

Saumarez 

(W3.M.) 

Hodgkinson 

(Mrs. de B.) 

Sinibaldi 

(T.H.S.) 



Sir a. C, K.O.LE. . 1869. 

E. P. . 1866. 

0.J. . 1866. 



Francis Coke Dbnman. Eld. son of 
Bev. P. H., B.D., Provost of Eton 1840-62 ; 
1863*-1863'' ; died at Eton 1863. 

J. St V. (Lord de Saumarez). 
. 1856. 

S. . 1869. 

George Baphael Francisco. Son of 
Signer Sinibaldi, Italian Master at Eton 
1848-66 ; 1861'-1864'. 



Watkins mi. 

(J.W.H.) 

Oliveira 
Webb 

(J.W.H.) 

Brooke 

(W.B.M.) 



Guinness 

(J.W.H.) 



SECOND FORM. 

W. B. 



1866. 



Benjamin. Eld. son of — O., M.P. for 
Pontefract; 1849»-1864' ; B.M. ColL, 
Sandhurst ; aft. Civil Service. 



B.J. 



T. W. Lanopord-. 



1856. 



1856. 



Unplaced. 

I Arthur Edward (1st Lord Ardilaon). 
Eld. son of Sir B. L. G., 1st Bt. ; 1862*- 
1863*; Trin. Ck>U. Dublin; M.A. ; Hon. 
LL.D. ; M.P. for Dublin 1868-9 and 1874-80; 
Pres. Boyal Dublin Soc. ; J.P. and D.L. for 
for CO.B Galway and Dublin ; m. Lady Olivia 
Charlotte, d. of WiUiam Henry, Srd Earl 
of Bantry. 8t. Anne\ Clontarf^ eo. Dublin ; 
Aihfm'dy Cong, eo. Gcdttaff; Muckrou, 
KUlarney ; and 11 Carlton House Terrace, 
S.W. 



1853.] 



INTEEMEDIATE LIST. 



23 



INTEEMEDIATE LIST. 

Names of Boys entered between Election 1850 and 1853, who left Eton before Election 1853, and are therefore 

not included in the foregoing I^st. 



Willis 

(R.F.H., aft K.S., 
aw. & W.J.) 

Spearman 

(W.B., W.J.) 



Grrenfell 

(W.E., B.B.) 

Roberts 

(W.A.O.) 



Bnickenbury 

(Mrs. de R, O.W.) 



Euse 

(B.H.P.) 

Sotlieby 

(W.J.) 



John Armine. 
again 1853*-1868*. 



1860»-1850»; entd. 



EDMUNEi Robert, G.M.G. 2nd son of 
Rt Hon. Sir A. Y. S., Ist Bt ; 1860"- 
1851» ; Assist. Sec. Public Works Loan Bd. 
and W. Indian Islands Relief Bd. 1860, 
Sec. 1880-6 ; Assist. Delegate Inteml. 
Penitentiary Congress, Paris, 1896; 
Representative in Paris of tlie Royal 
Ciommn. for Paris Exhibn. 1898-1901 ; 
formerly Gapt Middlesex Yeo. ; Acting 
Ist Sec. of Legation in H.M.'s Diplomatic 
Service ; Vice-Consul at Chantilly since 
1901 ; J.P. for Middlesex ; m. Lady Maria 
Louisa, d. of Thomas John, 5tli Earl of 
Orkney. Viee-Consulate^Chantaiyy France, 

Stanley Riversdale. Eld. son of 
R. W. G. of Ray Lodge, Maidenhead; 
1860»-1861»; washed overboard, H.M.S. 
* Challenger,' and drowned at sea 1862. 

Charles Torin Cramer-. Of Sally- 
mount, CO. Eildare ; son of M. C. C.-R. of 
Sallymount ; 1860»-4863' ; formerly Lieut. 
Highland Lt. luf ty. ; served in the Crimea ; 
J.P. for CO. Kildare ; m. Lizzie, d. of James 
Alexander Hamilton of Kildouan, co. 
Dublin ; died Oct. 16, 1877. 

Rt. Hon. G»ex. Sir Henry, G.O.B., 
K.C.B., K.C.S.L Son of W. B., 61st 
Regt, of Aswarby, Folkingham, Lines ; 
1860»-1862» ; R. M. Academy, Woolwich ; 
joined Royal Art. 1866 ; served in the 
Indian Mutiny 1867-8, Franco-German 
War 1870-1, Ashanti 187»-4, and Zulu War 
1879-80; Private Sec. to Earl of Lytton 
(Viceroy of India) 1880 ; Military Attache 
at Paris 1881-2 ; Assist. Under-Sec. to Lord 
Lieut, of Ireland 1883 ; Dep. Adjt-Gen. in 
Egypt 1884 ; appointed Brig.-Gten. in the 
Soudan Expedn. 1886 ; Director of Military 
Intelligence at Headquarters 1886-91 ; Mem- 
ber of the Council of the Gk)v.-Gen. of India 
1891-6 ; Pres. of the Ordnance Committee 
1896-9; Col.-Commt Royal Art. since 
1897 ; Director-Gtoi. of Ordnancie at Head- 
quarters 1899-1904; m. Emilia^ d. of 
Edmund S. Halswell, F.R.S., and widow 
of Reginald Morley. K\ Albanv, 

Piccadaig, W, 

George Ernest. 1850'-1862' ; formerly 
in the Rifle Bgde. ; served with the Cold- 
stream Gds. in the Crimea, and A.D.C. to 
Sir Hugh Rose in India ; died in 1866. 

Maj.-Gen. Frederick Edward, F.Z.S. 
Son of Rear-Adml. C. S. of Sewardstone, 
Essex; 186r-1861»; R.M. Coll. Sandhurst ; 
Rifle Bgde. ; served in the Crimea, Indian 
Mutiny, China and Ashanti Wars; ret 
1882 ; Brig.-Gen. Staffs Infty. Vol. Bgde. 
1886-92 ; J.P. for co. Northampton, High 
Sheriff 18^8; m. Edith Marion, <;. of Thomas 
MacmiUan-Scott of Wanchope and Pin- 
naclehill, co. Roxburgh. Ecton Hotly 
NoHhampton, and 104 Eaton Places S.W, 



Ives ma, 

(F.V., E.B.) 



Ives mi, 

(F.V., KB.) 



Marindin 

(W.E., B.B.) 



Jervis 

(F.V., W.B.M.) 



Frewen 

(J.E.Y.) 



Cleland 



Thynne 

(W.J.) 



Col. Gordon Maynard (aft Gordon- 
Ives), C.B., V.D., J.P., D.L., F.Z.S. Eld. 
son of J. R. L of Bentworth ; 1851*-1862" : 
formerly Capt Coldstream Gds. ; Comm. 
for 20 years and is now Hon. Col. 6th 
Vol Bn. Rifle Bgde. (V.D.) ; served in the 
Crimea 1864-6 (Med. with Sebastopol 
Clasp and Turkish Med.) ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Essex ; m. Ist, Amy Violet, d. of John 
S. Pullin of ChigweU HaU, Essex; 2nd, 
Millicent, d, of William VilUers of Ment- 
more, Leighton Buzzard. Bentworth Hall 
and Oaston Orange^ Alton. 

Maj.-Gbn. Cecil Robert St. John. 
Of Moyns Park, Halstead ; Ck>rpnsty, 
Norfolk ; and Swinton, Duns ; 2nd son of 
J. R. L of Bentworth Hall, Alton ; 1861'- 
1862'; CoL Comm. R. Horse Gde. Blue 
and Silver-Stick-in-Waiting oh Queen 
Victoria ; J.P. and D.L. for Essex ; J.P. 
for Suffolk and Berwicks ; m. Hon. Susan 
Ann, d, of James, 4th Lord Talbot of 
Malahide ; died July 11, 1896. 

Col. Sir Francis Arthur, K.C.M.G. 
Of Craigflower, Torrybum, Dunfermline ; 
2nd son of Rev. S. M. of Chesterton, Salop, 
and Rector of Buckhom Weston, Bath ; 
1861»-1861»; R.M. Academy, Woolwich: 
ent R.E. 1864; A.D.C. and Private Sec. 
to Sir William Stevenson, E.C.B. ; Gov. 
of Mauritius, and employed on Special 
Service in Madagascar 1860-3 ; Adjt at the 
Chatham School of Military Engineering 
1866-8 ; Bgde.-Maj. 1869 ; ret as Maj. 1879; 
aft Lieut-CoL and Hon. Col. of Eng. and 
Rly. Vol Staff Corps; Chief Inspecting 
OflScer of Rlya. Bd. of Trade 1877-1900 ; m. 
Kathleen Mary, d. of Sir William Stevenson, 
K.C.B., Gov. of Mauritius ; died April 21, 
1900. 

Capt. Ernest Scott. 2nd son of Col. 
G. R. J., R.E., of Woodwall, Staffs ; 1861>- 
1861" ; formerly Capt 106th Lt Infty. ; 
served in the Persian Campaign 1866-7 
(Med. and Clasp), Indian Mutiny (Med.) ; 
A.D.C. to Lord ^ndhurst when Comm.-in- 
Chief in India ; m. Penelope Emma, d. of 
Rev. Charles Tayleur of Bnntingsdale, 
Market Drayton. 

John. Of Sussex Lodge, Leamington ; 
eld. son of T. F. of Brickwall House, 
Northiam, Sussex ; 1861^-1861* ; died 
Nov. 20, 1902. 

Col. Robert Stewart. 3rd son of 
S. J. C. ; 1861>-1861« ; 9th Lancers ; died of 
wounds received in action in Afohanistan, 
Aug. 7, 1881. 

Frederick Charles. Eld. son of 
Rev. Lord C. T., Rector of Longbridge 
Deverill, Warminster; 186P-1862' ; for- 
merly hi the Austrian Army, aft Officer 
in charge of G.P.O. Indian Mails ; died 
onm. Jan. 28, 1881. 



24 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1853. 



Birch 

(Mrs. D., R.D.) 



Barton 

(F.B.D.) 

Lewes 

(Mrs. D., E.D.) 



Beadon 



Dawson 

(Miss M., W.J.) 

Sterry 

(Miss B., E.H.P.) 



Wyrlky Wtrlry-. Of Wretham Hall, 
Tbetford ; eld. son of G. W.-B. of Wre- 
tham ; 1851M853' ; formerly in the 88th 
Gopnaaght Bangers and 46th Sherwood 
Foresters ; J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk ; 
m. Bebecca Katherine, d. of Yen. Samael 
Moore Kyle, Archdn. of Cork ; died Oct. 1, 
1901. 

Augustus Henrt. 1861'-1862'. 



LiKUT.-COL. WiLUAM LANGMEAD. 

1861'-1863> ; formerly Capt. in the 48th 
Begt. ; aft. Ad jt. 2nd VoL Bn. Worcesters 
Begt. ; died 1902. 

LiBUT.-CoL. Bbgikald Hbnbt. Son of 
Bev. P. P. B. of North Stoneham, 
Southampton ; 1847M848' ; ent again 
1861M862»; formerly Ueat-Col. 60th 
Bifles ; m. Madeleine, d. of Gapt. Purvis, 
B.N. Beechcro/ty BoMetty Soutfuunpton. 

Walter Francis. 1861»-1852'. 



Arthur. Son of W. S. of Upmiuster, 
Bomford ; 1861M862" ; Exeter Coll. Oxf . ; 
M.A. ; Barrister, Lincoln's Inn ; m. Anna 
Gtertrade, d, of W. K. Sidgwick ; died Aag. 
21, 1874. 



Keighly 

(W.G.C.) 

Baskerville 

(F.E.D.) 



Hall 

(F.E.D.) 



Gladstone 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Grant 

(Miss G., A.F.B.) 

Williams 

(W.G.C.) 



Charles Gilbert. 2nd son of Maj. 
H. P. K., Madras Lt. Cav. and Jadge- 
Advocate-Gen. of the Madras Army ; 1861"- 
1852* : died anm. aboat 1881. 

Walter Thomas Mykors. Of Clyro 
Coart, Hay, Hereford ; eld. son of T. B. 
M. a of Clyro ; 1862*-1868> ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; 
J.P. and D.L. for oo. Brecon, High 
Sheriff 1868 ; m. Bertha Maria, d. of John 
Hopton of Canonffrome Court, oo. Here- 
ford ; died Aug. 29, 1897. 

Col. Hbnry Samuel, C.B., V.D. 2nd son 
of H. H. of Barton Abbey, Steeple Aston, 
Oxford; 1862>-1863> ; formerly Capt. in 
the Carabiniers ; served in the Indian 
Mutiny ; Lient.-CoL Commandant, and 
Hon. Col. 2nd Vol. Bn. Oxfs. Lt. Infty. 
1874-1904 ; m. Eleanor Elizabeth Mary, 
d. of Gen. Edward Boxer, B.A., P.B.S. 
26 Longridge Road, S.W. 

John. Eld. son of B. G. of Court Hey, 
Broadgreen, Liverpool ; 1862'-1862' ; died 
Oct. 13, 1852. 

BicHARD Tassel Anthony. Of Staffa, 
W. Cowes, Isle of Wight ; son of Sir T. G., 
K.C.B. ; 1852»-1852» ; Sec. of Boyal Yacht 
Squadron ; dead. 

Herbert Silverthornk. 1853'-1853* ; 
formerly Capt. 5th Fusiliers; died Dec. 
1880. 



1856.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— SIXTH FOEM. 



25 



ELECTION, 1856. 



SIXTH POEM. 



Bosanquet ma. 

(Miss E., aft. K.S., 
E.B.) 



Browning 

(K.&, W.J.) 



Hodgson 



(K.S., E.B.) 



Nelson 

(Mrs. de R., aft K.S., 
C.O.G. & R.D.) 



Boys 



(K.S., W.A.C.) 



Frederick Albert, K.C.,J.P. 4tb son 
of 8. R. B. of Dingestow Court, Mon- 
moath ; 1860»-1866« ; Newc. Select 1856 ; 
Pres. of Eton See. 1856-6 ; Coll. WaU 1865 ; 
Sch. of King's ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Fellotv of King's 1869 ; 1st CI. Class. 
Trip, and 2nd CI. Math. Trip. 1860 ; called 

j to tlie Bar, Inner Temple 1863 ; appointed 
Q.C. 1882 ; Recorder of Worcester 1879-91, 
and of Wolverhampton 1891-1900 ; Steward 
of the Courts to Eton ColL since 1898; 
Common Serjeant of London since 1900 ; 
J.P. for Monmouth ; m. Ist, Albinia Mary, 
d. of John Curtis-Hayward of Quedgeley 
House, Gloucester ; 2nd, Philippa Frances, 
d. of William Bence Jones of Lisselan, co. 
Cork. 12 GrenvUle Place, & If . ,- Guildhall 
E.C., and Cobbe Place, Lewe*. 

i Oscar. Son of W. S. B. of the Priory, 

I Laugley, Slough ; 1845'-i846' ; ent again 
1861'-1866»: Newc. Select 1856-6; bch. 

, of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow 

i of King's 1859 ; Ist CL Class. Trip. 1860 ; 
Pres. of the Union ; Assist. Master at 
Eton 1860-76 ; CoU. and Univ. work at 
Camb. since 1876 ; Sen. Proctor 1881-2 ; 

: Assist. Tutor since 1892 ; Examiner Univ. 

I of London 1899 ; Officier de I'Acad^mie 

I 1889 ; Officier de I'lnstraction Pnblique 

I 1898 ; Univ. Lecturer in History ; Prin- 
cipal of Camb. Univ. Day Training CoH. 
Ktng'i College, Cambridge. 

j Francis CoTTKRKLL. Son of J. H., Q.C, 

I of Lincoln's Inn ; 1851»-1866» ; Newc. Med. 

I 1866, Sch. 1856 ; Tomline Select 1856-6 ; Sch. 
of King'sColl. Camb. ; M.A. ; Pitt Sch. 1858 ; 

I Fellow of King's 1859 ; Chanc. Med. 1860 ; 

I Sen. Classic and 2nd CI. Math. Trip. 1860 ; 
Le Bas Prize 1862 ; Composition Lecturer 

' 1860-3 ; Civil Service Education Dept 
1863-97. AbhoUford VUla, Tunckenham, 

I ajid King's College, Cambridge. 

James Hkxry. Son of T. N. of 

, Kensington, W. ; 1860"-1866" ; Newc. 

I Select 1866 ; Eton xi. 1866 ; Coll Wall 
1864-6 ; Mixed Wall 1866 ; Sch. of King's 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow of King's 1859 ; 
2nd CI. Class. Trip. 1860 ; District and 
Sessions Judge, Madras Presidency (ret. 
1887) ; married 1861 ; died April 3, 1898. 

Rkv. William James. Son of T. B. 
of Bournemouth ; 1862»-1866=' ; Coll. Wall 
1855 : Mixed Wall 1866-6 ; Sch. of 
King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow of 
King's 1860 : 3rd CI. Class. Trip, and 3rd 
CI. Math. Trip. 1861 ; Curate of St John 
tlie Evangelist, Leeds, 1861-4 ; Bakewell 
1864-6 ; Holy Trinity, Paddington, 1866-7, 
Richmond, Surrey, 1867-9 ; Vicar of East 
Molesey 1869-73 ; Rector of Walkern, 
Stevenage, 1873-9 ; Vicar of Fordingbridge 
since 1879 ; m. Julian Frances, d. of E. F. 
Jenner, Principal Registrar of Court of 
Probate. The Vicarage, Fordingbridge, 
Salitbury. I 



Mozley ma. 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 



Smith 

(T.H.S., aft K.S., 
F.E.D.) 



G-epp 

(K.S.,O.L. &W.W.) 



Borrett 

(Mrs. de R., aft K.S., 
E.H.P. & R.D.) 



Stone 

(K.S., C.O.Q. & R.D.) 



Watkins ma. 



Sir George Young 

(Home, J.L.J.) 



Herbert Newmax. Son of J. M. of 
Derby ; 1849M867* ; Newc. Select 1866-7 ; 
CoU. Wall. XI. 1866 ; Sch. of King's Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; LL.M. ; 19th Wrangler ; 
2nd CI. Class. Trip, and 1st CI. Math. 
Trip. 1861 ; Fellow of King's 1860 ; Chanc. 
Legal Med. 1864 ; Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 
1866 ; m. Lucy Martha, d. of Lomas 
Buchanan. EaM View, Murray Road, 
Northvood, R.S.O., Middlesex. 

Rev. Graham. Son of Rev. J. S. of 
Holyboume, Alton, Hants, and Vicar 
of Irchester, Wellingboro ; 1849»-1867" ; 
Tomline Select 1857 ; won Double Sculling 
1856 ; Mixed Wall 1864-6, Keeper 1866 ; 
Coll. Wall 1864-« ; Keeper 1866 ; C^re ColL 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Curate of Kirkby, Fleetham, 
Bedale ; died October 20, 1868. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Walter Payne, V.D. Sou 
of T. M. G. of Chelmsford ; 1863»-1866" ; 
Merton Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Postmaster of 
Merton ; Lieut-CoL Essex Rifle Vol. (ret) ; 
Solicitor ; m. Constance Emma, d. of 
William Barlow Gtepp. Maynetrees, Chelms- 
ford, and 107 and 108 Temple Chambers,E. C. 

George Tuthill. Of Cransford Hall, 
Framlingham, Suffolk ; eld. son of T. B. 
of Bryanston Sq. W. and Cransford ; 
1861»-1867' ; Coll. Wall 1866 ; Mixed WaU 
1866 ; Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Fellow of King's 1860 ; 2nd CI. Class. Trip. 
1861 ; called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1864 ; 
practised as a Conveyancer and Equity 
Draughtsman ; m. Ellen, d. of George 
Holmes of Brooke HaU, Norwich ; died 
Feb. 27, 1892. 

William Harrt. Son of J. S. of 
Dorchester ; 1860*-1858" ; Newc. Select 
1866 and 1858, Med. 1857 ; played against 
Winchester 1867 ; Eton xi. 1868 ; Coll. Wall 
1867; Mixed WaU 1866-7; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; B. A. ; Browne's Sch. 1861 ; hst CL 
Class. Trip. 1862 ; died 1866. 

John Gregory. Eld. son of J. G. W. 
of Woodfleld, Ombersley, Droitwitch ; 
1846»-1866» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Barrister, 
Lincoln's Inn (Oxf. Circuit) ; died unm. 
Nov. 6, 1869. 

3rd Bt, J.P. Eld- son of Capt Sir G. Y., 
2nd Bt, R.N., of Formosa ; 1849M866' ; 
Newc. Select 1866-6 ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; 2nd CL Class. Trip, and Sen. Opt 
1860 ; Le Bas Prize 1861 ; Fellow of Trin. 
1862 ; Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 1864 ; Royal 
Commr. on Coolie Immigration, British 
Guiana, 1870 ; exploration of the Kaietenr 
WaterfaU, river Potaro, 1870; Assist- 
Commr. Friendly Soc. Commn. 1871-3; 
Sec. Factory and Workshop Acts Comm. 
1875, and Irish Land Acts Comm. 1881 ; 
Pres. of the Senate, Univ. CoU. London 
1881-6 ; Charity Commr. since 1882 ; Chief 
Charity Ctommr. since 1903 ; J.P. for 
Berks ; m. Alice Eacy, d. of Evory 
Kennedy, M.D., of Belgard, co. Dublin, and 
widow of Sir Alexander Hutchinson Law- 
rence, 1st Bt Formosa Place, Cookham, 
Berks. 

E 



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[1856. 



Chute ma. 

(E.O., K.S., aft Mrs. 
de R., K.O. & R.D.) 



Shepliard ma. 

(U.B. & W.A.C.) 



Lord Henry Cecil 

(R,0. & E.B.) 



Norman 

(Mrs. D., O.O.G. & 
W.B.M.> 



Jelf ma. 

(E.O.) 



Mr. Stanley 

(E.C., E.C. & W.J.) 



Jenkyns ma. 

(W.E., E.B.) 



Gould 

(F.V., C.W.) 



Ghaloner Wiltjam. Of the Vyne, 
Basingstoke ; eld. son of W. L. Wiggett- 
Chute of the Vyne ; 186l*-1866» ; Newc. 
Select 1866 ; Ball. Ck)ll. Oxt ; M.A. ; yst 
CI. Mods. 1868 ; 1st 01. Lit Hum., 2nd CI. 
Mod. Hist, Ireland Sch., Gaisford Greek 
Verse and FeUow of Magd. CoU. Oxt 1860 ; 
Barrister ; J.P. for co. Southampton ; m. 
Eleanor Jane, d. of Sir Wyndham Spencer 
Portal, 1st Bt, of Malshanger, Basing- 
stoke ; died April 30, 1892. 

Rbv. Canon John. Son of J. S. of Castle- 
hill, Englefleld Green, Surrey ; 1851'-1856" ; 
Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Mods, and 2nd 
CI. Lit Hum. 18e0 ; Curate at Staines 1863 ; 
Conduct at Eton College 1863-76 ; Vicar 
of Eton 1876-1906 ; Assessor under Church 
Discipline Act 1901; Canon of Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. since 1902 ; m. Caroline Emily, d. of 
Capt Brownlow Edward Layard of 
Windsor. 89 Princess Square^ W. 

Hknry Poyntz. 4th son of Brownlow 
(2nd Marquis of Exeter) ; 1860»-1866» ; 
Prince Consort's French sPrize 1864 ; 
St John's Coll. Camb. ; died Nov. 16, 1868. 

Herbert George Henry. Of 6 South- 
well (Ms., S. Kensington, S.W. ; son of 
H. N. of Oakley, Bromley, Kent ; 1861'- 
1866*; Eton xi. 1866 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
Barrister, Lincoln's Inn ; m. CJharlotte 
Mary, d. of Henry Holland ; died April 22, 
1902. 

Hon. Sir Arthur Richard, Kt Son 
of Rev. R. W. J., D.D., Principal of King's 
Coll. London ; 1861*-1866» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A.; 2nd CI. Mods.; 2nd CI. Greats; 
Hon. 4th Math. ; called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1863 ; Q.C. 1880 ; Recorder of 
Shrewsbury 1879-1901 ; Judge of King's 
Bench Div. of High Court of Justice 
since 1901 ; m. Jane, d. of Rev. William 
CUirk 'King, Vicar of Norham, Northum- 
berland. OaJc Houu^ Carlton Rd., Putney 
Hill, S.W., and 9 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple J B.C. 

Hon. Edward Lyulph (4th Lord Stanley 
of Alderley). 8rd son of Edward John, 
2nd Lord S. of A. ; 1861"-1867» ; Tomline 
Prizeman 1867 ; Prince Consort's French 
Prize 1866 ; won Pulling and Sculling 
1866; Field xi. and 0pp. Wall 1866; 
BaU. ColL Oxt ; M.A. ; 1st CL Lit Hum. 
and Fellow of Ball. 1861 ; called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1866 ; Assist Ctommr. 
Friendly Socs. Commn. 1872; M.P. for 
Oldham 1880-6 ; M ember of Royal Ck>mmn. 
on Housing of Poor 1884, on Elementary 
Educ. 1887 ; Member of London School Bd. 
1876-86 and 1888-96 ; m. Mary Katharine, 
d. of Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell, 1st Bt, of 
Rounton Grange, Northallerton. Adderley 
Park, Chelford, Crewe, and 18 Mansfield 

Sir Henry, K.C.B. Of BoUey Hill, 
Botley, Hants; son of Rev. H. J., D.D., 
of Botley and Canon of Durham ; 1861*- 
1866» ; BalL Coll. Oxt ; M.A. ; 1st CI. Lit 
Hum. 1860 ; 2nd (71. Mods. ; called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1863 ; Parliamentary 
Counsel to the Treasury ; m. Madalene 
Sabine, d. of Adml. Sir Thomas Sabine 
Pasley, 2nd Bt ; died Dec. 10, 1899. 

Edward. Son of Rev. E. G., Rector of 
Sproughton, Ipswich ; 1861"-1866» ; Eton 
VIII. 1866 ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; Srd CI. 
Class. Trip. ; Dep.-Chief Inspector of 
Factories. Myrtle Cottage, Datchet, Windsor, 
and Home O0ce, Whitehall, 8. W. 



FIFTH FOEM.— Upper Division. 



Routledge 

(K.S., C.W.) 



Wilson ma. 

(Home, aft K.S., 
C.O.G. & W.J.) 



Buckle 

(K.S., F.E.D.) 



Stone 

(K.a, W.A.C.) 



Austen Leigh ma. 

(Miss E., aa K.S., 
W.A.C.) 



Knai 



(K.S., c: 



L.) 



Wilson «»i. 

(Home, aft K.S., 
C.O.G. & W.J.) 



Graham 

(K.S., CL.) 

Divett 

(E.C.) 

Hopkinson 

(W.E., W.J.) 



Rev. Canon Charles Francis, F.S.A. 
Son of Rev. W. R., D.D., Rector of Ck)tleigh, 
Honiton ; 1860>-1868» ; Newc. Select 1867 ; 
CoU. and Mixed Wall 1866-7 ; Sch. of 
King's CoU. Camb. ; M.A. ; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 
1862 ; Fellow of King's 1861 ; Curate of 
Richmond, Surrey, 1863 ; one of H.M.'s 
Inspectors of Schools 1864-1901 ; Hon. 
Canon of Canterbury 1879-1904 ; m. 1st, 
Dorothy Hester, d. of Bishop Blomfield of 
London ; 2nd, Ellen, d. of CoL Edward 
Bruce, R. A. ; died Nov. 1904. 

WiLUAM Knyvet. Eld. son of Rear- 
AdmL G. K. W., R.N., of 3 Brunswick 
Place, Windsor ; 1849"-1868» ; Newc Select 
1867-8 ; Ck)U. WaU 1866-7 ; Mixed Wall 
1867 ; Sch. of Trin. ColL C!amb. ; M.A. ; 
Ist CI. Class. Trip. ; Chanc. Med. and FeUow 
of Trin. 1862 ; Sen. Opt Math. ; formerly 
Assist Master at WelUngton Coll., aft at 
Rugby ; killed on the RiffeUiom, July 17, 
1866. 

CAPr. Archibald Lewis. 7th son of 
Rev. W. L. B. of Burgh and Vicar of 
Banstead, Epsom ; 1860^-1866' ; R.M. 
Academy, Woolwich ; in the R.E. ; m. 
Louisa Catherine, d. of Rev. Charles Rose, 
Rector of Cublingtou, Leighton Buzzard ; 
died Feb. 24, 1874. 

Rev. Charles Henry. Son of Rev. G. S. 
of Bondleigh Rectory, Devon ; 1862»-1866» ; 
Ck)U. WaU 1866 ; St Peter's CoU. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; Srd CL Lit Hum. 1860; Gisbome 
Sch.; Curate of Swaffham 1861-3, King- 
stone, Hereford, 1864, Wembworthy, N. 
Devon, 1866-9, Rockboume, Salisbury, 
1870-6, North Tawton, N. Devon, 1876-7 ; 
Rector of Cheldon, Chnlmleigh, 1877-97 ; 
Rector of Samesfield since 1897 ; m. d. of 
Rev. C. W. Molony. Sarnesfield Rectory, 
Wedbley, R.S.O., co. Hereford. 

Edward Compton. Son of Rev. J. E. A. L. 
of Scarlets, Berks, and Vicar of Bray, 
Berks ; 1861«-1867» ; Newc. Select 1866-7 ; 
Eton XI. 1867 ; Sch. of King's CoU. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Browne's Med.1869; Fellow of King's 
1860 ; 1st CL Class. Trip. 1861 ; played for 
University in Double Tennis Match; Assist 
Master at Eton 1862-87, Lower Master since 
1887. Colenorton, Eton College. 

Rev. Francis Hartopp. Son of Rev. 
S. H. K., Rector of Letchworth, Hitchin ; 
1861»-1867» ; Emm. CoU. Camb. ; formerly 
Curate of Patrixboume, Kent ; died 1866. 

Sir Roland Knyvet, 2nd Bt 2nd son 
of Rear-Adml. G. K. W., R.N., of 3 Bruns- 
wick Place, Windsor, and nephew of Maj.- 
Gen. Sir A. W., 1st Bt, G.C.B. ; 1849'- 
1869' ; Newc. Select 1866-7, Sch. 1868 ; 
Ck)U. WaU 1868 ; Sch. of King's ColL Camb. ; 
M.A., LL.M. ; Craven Sch. 1861 ; Sen. 
Class. 1863 ; FeUow of King's 1862 ; Bar- 
rister 1867 ; Reporter for the ♦ Weekly 
Reporter ' and ♦ Law Journal ' 1867-71 ; 
Class, and Hist Lecturer for Walter Wren 
1871-8 ; Reader in Indian Law to the Univ. 
of Camb. 187&-91 ; m. Christiana Whiting, 
d. of Richard PhiUips, F.R.S. 86 Church 
Road, Richmond, Surrey. 

[ George. Son of P. G., Upholsterer, of 
I 37 Oxford St, W. ; 1861»-1866* ; Sch. of 

Exeter ColL 0x1 ; M.A. ; Assist Commr. of 
I PoUce in India ; died 1880. 
i Edward Rosa Son of E. D., M.P., of 

Bystock, Exmouth.; 1860"-1866'; Trin. 

CoU. Camb. 
' Charles Cjesar. Son of C. H. of 
I Wotton Court, Gloucester ; 1861M866' ; 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly partner in 

Messrs. H., Bankers, Regent St, W. 

PfOsted Manor, Compton, Ouiltfford. 



1856.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



27 



Butler-Johnstone 

(W.E. & Mrs. v., W.J.) 



Holland 

(Mrs. H., W.) 



Field 

(P.E.D.) 



Lane-Fox ma. 

(F.B.D.) 



Pepys ma, 

(J.E.Y.) 



Mozley mi, 
(K.a, J.L.J.) 



Young max, 

(Home, J.L.J.) 



Hoare ma, 

CKB.) 



Jefferson 

CB.H.P. & A.F.B.) 



Henrt Albxander (aft Manro-Batler- 
Johnstone). Eld. son of Hon. H. B.-J. of 
Aachen Castle and Corehead, co. Dumfries ; 
1861»-1866»; Ch. Ch. Oxt: B.A. ; Ist 01. 
Lit. Hum. 1860 ; M.P. for Oauterbnry 
1862-78 ; J.P. for co. Dumfries ; m. Ist, 
Maria Irma Gabrielle, Countess de Soyres ; 
2nd, Elaine, d. of Felix Johnson of Somer- 
ton, Banbury, and widow of Joseph Skipp 
Lloyd ; died 1902. 

Rev. Frederick Whitmore. Son of 
E. H. of Dnmbleton Hall, Evesham ; 1850"- 
1856"'; Eton viii. 1856 ; won Steeplechase 
1854 ; Trin. ColL Oamb. ; M.A. ; formerly 
Curate of St. Andrew's, Manchester, aft. 
Assist. Min. Quebec Chapel, London, 1866 ; 
Rural Dean and Vicar of All Saints with 
St. Lawrence and Chap, of the Union, 
Evesham ; died in Switzerland 1881. 

Barclay. Of Beechy Lees, Kemsing, 
Sevenoaks ; 2nd son of Q. F. of Ashurst 
Park, Tunbridge Wells; 1860»-1856» ; Eton 
XI. 1866 ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Hop 
Merchant ; J.P. for Kent ; died Nov. 7, 
1892. 

George Sackville Frederick, J.P. 
Eld. son of G. L.-F. of Bramham Park, 
Boston Spa, York; 1847'-1866" ; Eton viii. 
1866-6 ; Capt. of the Boats 1866 ; Opp. Wall 
1866 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Lieut. Yorks 
Hussars ; J.P. for W. Riding of Yorks ; m. 
1st, Fanny Maule, d. of Lieut-Gen. Marcus 
John Slade ; 2nd, Annette Mary, d, of 
Thomas Weld-Blundell of Ince Blundell, co. 
Lancaster. 81 Cadogan Garden*^ 8. W. 

John Alfred. Son of E. P. of 20 Port- 
land Place, W. ; 1850>-1866» ; Eton xi. 
1865-6 ; Opp. Wall 1854-6, Keeper 1855 ; 
Mixed Wall 1854, Keeper 1866 ; Field xi. 
1854-5 ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; Oxf. xi. 1861. 
16 York Terrace^ Regent's Parky N.W. 

John Rickards. Sou of J. M. of Derby ; 
1861»-1868'; Newc. Select 1856-7, Med. 
1868 ; Tomline Select 1854, Prizeman 1866 ; 
Sch. of King's ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow 
of King's 1861 ; 1st CI. Math. Trip., and Isfc 
CI. Class. Trip. 1862 ; Chanc. Med. 1862 ; Le 
Bas Prize 1863 ; Inspector under the L. G. 
Bd. Whitehall ; m. Edith Merivale, d, of 
Bonamy Price, Prof, of Political Economy 
in the Univ. of Oxf. Holly Bank, Heading- 
ley, Leeds, 

Rev. Edward Mallet. 2nd son of Capt 
Sir G. Y., 2nd Bt, R.N., of Formosa Place, 
Cookham ; 1862'-1858'; Newc. Select 1858 ; 
Sch. of Trin. CoU. Camb. ; M.A. ; Latin Ode 
1860 ; 7th in Class. Trip. 1861 ; Fellow of 
Trin. 1863 ; Assist Master at Harrow 1865- 
78; Head Master at Sherborne, Dorset, 
1878-92; Select Preacher at Cambridge 
1876-9 and 1890; Preb. of Bitton in 
Salisbury Cath. 1890-4 ; Rector and Rural 
Dean of Rothbury 1894-1900 : Hon. Canon 
of Newcastle 1897-1900; m. Augusta 
Melita, d. of Gen. Hon. Sir Augustus 
Almeric Spencer, G.C.B., and widow of 
Lieut-Col. Sussex Vane Stephenson, Scots 
Gds. ; died Dec. 19, 1900. 

Henry. Eld. son of H. H. of Staple- 
hurst, Kent ; 1861"-1857» ; St John's CoU. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Junr. Opt and 3rd CI. 
Class. ; Banker in Fleet Street, E.C. ; m. 
Beatrice Ann, d. of Rev. George Barber 
Paley of Langcliff, Settle, and Rector of 
Freckenham, Soham ; died Aug. 5, 1898. 

D'Oyly Ramsay. 1862M867" ; Prince 
Consort's German Prize 1867 ; Ball. Coll. 
Oxf.; M.A. ; Barrister, Lmcolu's Inn; 
dead. 



Pretyman 

(Miss G., H.D. & R.D.) 

Welby 

(CO.G. & W.RM.) 



Gibson 

(K.S., CO.G.) 

Legge 

(W.R, W.A.C.) 



Mr. Legge 

(F.E.D.) 



Cleasb}' 

(MissG., R.D.) 



Harvey 

(CO.G. & W.B.M.) 



Fane 

(Mrs. de R., F.E.D.) 



Le Marchant 

(CO.G. & Miss E., 
CO.G. & W.J.) 



Mott 

(W.E., E.fl.P.) 



Cookesley 

(W.G.C, J.E.Y.) 



Rev. Richard. Eld. son of Rev. R. P., 
Canon and Precentor of Lincoln Cathedral ; 
1851»-1857' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 
married ; died Aug. 24, 1889. 

Edward Montague Earle. 4th son of 
Sir G. E. W. (aft Welby-Gregory), 3rd Bt, 
of Denton Hall, Grantham ; 1851'-1866' ; 
C C C Oxf. ; M.A. ; called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn 1863 ; J.P. for co. Lincoln ; 
Police and Stipendiary Magistrate for 
Sheffield since 1874 ; m. Sarah Elizabeth, 
d. of Robert Everard, of Fulney House, 
Spalding. Norton House, Norton, Sheffield. 

Henry. Son of Rev. J. G., Vicar of Brent 
Pelham, Buntlngford, Herts ; 1861»-1866»; 
Ck>lL Wall 1856; ent Indian Army, but 
died at Aden on his way out 

Rev. Alfred Arthur Kaye. 2nd son 
of Gen. Hon. A. C L, ; 1852»-1867» ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf.; M.A.; 2nd CU Mods. 1860; 
3rd CI. Law; Curate of St George's, 
Wolverhampton, 1869-71 ; Vicar of St 
Andrew's, Wigan, 1871-8 ; Curate of Beck- 
bary, Shifnal, 1878-80, St Giles', Reading, 
1883-7 ; m. Lydia Anne, d. of Hon. Oliver 
William Matthew Lambart, Commr. R.N. 
37 Sloane Gds., S.W. 

Rt. Rev. Hon. Augustus (Bp. of Lich- 
field), D.D. 5th son of William, 4th Earl 
of Dartmouth ; 1862'-1857» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; 2nd CI. Law and Hist 1861 ; Curate 
of Handsworth, Birmingham, 1864-6, St. 
Mary's, Bryanston Sq., W., 1866-7 ; Vicar 
of St Bartholomew's, Sydenham, 1867-79 ; 
Hon. Canon of Rochester and Chaplain to 
Bp. Thorqld of Rochester 1877-91 ; Vicar 
of Lewisham, S.E., 1879-91 ; Rural Dean of 
Greenwich 1880-6, Lewisham 1886-91 ; Bp. 
of Lichfield since 1891 ; m. Fanny Louisa, 
d. of William Bruce Stopford-Sackville of 
Drayton House, Thrapstou. The Palace, 
Lict^eld. 

Richard Digby, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
Sir A. C of Penoyre, Baron of the 
Exchequer 1868-78; 1862»-1867'; played 
against Harrow 1855 ; Eton xi. 1866 : played 
against Winchester 1867; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1864; 
J.P. and D.L., and Chmn. of Qr. Sessions for 
CO. Brecon, High Sheriff 1890; m. Edith 
Anne, d. of Edward Arkwright of Hatton, 
Warwick. Penoyre, Brecon. 

Richard M usgrave. Son of Rev. R. H., 
Rector of Homsey, N. ; 1851M867' ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Merchant ; m. 
Adeline, d. of David Powell of Hampstead, 
N.W. ; died 1899. 

Edward Boyd. Eld. son of Rev. F. A. S. F. 
of Priors, Brentwood, and Vicar of Norton 
Mandeville, Essex ; 1850"-1856» ; Eton xi. 
1854-6, Capt 1865-6; Field xi. 1864-5, 
Keeper 1865 ; Opp. Wall 1865 ; died June 
22, 1868. 

Sir Henry Denis, 2nd Bt, J.P. Eld. son 
of Sir D. Le M., 1st Bt, of Chobham Place ; 
1862'-1867» ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; M.A. ; called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1866 (Home 
Circuit) ; Merchant ; J.P. for Surrey ; m. 
Hon. Sophia Strutt d. of Edward Ist Lord 
Belper. Chobham Place, Woking and 44 Pont 
Street, S. W. 

Rev. William Kynaston. Of Wall, 
Lichfield ; eld. son of W. M. of Wall ; 1862«- 
1867»; Eton xi. 1*57; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; 
M.A. ; CurateofHeavitree,Exeter, 1869-79; 
died 1888. 

Rev. Frederick John. Son of Rev. 

I W. G. C, Assist Master at Eton 1830-^64 ; 

1844»-1866» ; St Augustine's Coll. Canter- 

I bury ; aft. in Canada in connexion with 

I the S.P.G. ; died May 28, 1867. 



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[1856. 



Cave 

(P.B.D.) 

Austen Leigh mi, 

(K.S., W.A.C. & 
B.D.S.) 



Puller 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Willis 

(R.F.H., aft. K.S. 
O.W. & W.J.) 



Cornish 

rK.s., W.A.O.) 



Baring 

(W.A.C.) 



Sanderson ma, 

(E.C.) 



Walpole 

(Miss G., W.G.C. & 
W.J.) 



Edward Astley. 1852 '-ISSe' ; drowned 
in the Nile. 

Rev. Augustus. Son of Rev. J. K A. L. 
of Scarlets, Berks, and Vicar of Bray, 
Berks; 1862»-1859' ; Newc. Select 1868, 
Meii. 1859 ; Eton xi. 1858, played against 
Harrow and Winchester 1859 : (3oll. Wall 
1857-8 ; Mixed Wall 1868-9 ; Pres. of Eton 
Soc. 1858-9 ; Fellow of Eton 1889-1905 ; 
Sch. of King's CoU.Camb. ; M.A. ; Browne's 
Med. 1861 ; Members' Prize and Fellow of 
King's 1862; Ist CI. Class. Trip. 1863; 
Curate of Henley-on-Thames 1866-7 ; Tutor 
of King's 1868-81,Dean 1871-3, Vlce-Provost 
1877-89, Provost 1889-1905 ; Vice-Chanc. of 
the Univ. 1893-6 ; Member of Gov. Body of 
Wuichester ; m. Florence Emma, d. of G. B. 
Aasten Lefroy ; died Jan. 28, 1906. 

Christopher Cholmeley. Of 124 
Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. ; 3rd 
son of C. W. Giles-Paller of Youngsbury, 
Ware ; 1853>-1868' ; Newc. Select 1867-8 ; 
Tomline Prizeman 1864; Sch. of Ball. 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Clerk in the Treasury ; 
died unm. Sept. 1902. 

John Arminb. Son of S. W. of Chel- 
tenham ; 1850»-1850'' ; ent. again 1853'- 
1868"; Newc. Select 1857-8; Prince 
Consort's Italian Prize 1866-7 ; Coll. Wall 
1866-7, Keeper 1857 ; Mixed Wall 1866-7, 
Keeper 1857 ; Pres. of Eton Soc. 1868 ; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow 
of King's 1861; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 
1862; called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 
1866 ; practised at Chancery Bar till 1873 ; 
appointed H.M. Inspector of Schools 1873, 
subsequently promoted to Chief Inspr. ; 
m. Janet, d. of James 0. Crawford. 6 
Marloes Rd.^ Kensington, W. 

Francis Warre. Son of Rev. H. K. C, 
Vicar of Bakewell ; 1863''-1867» ; Newc. 
Sch. 1867 ; Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Camden Med. 1859 ; Battle's Univ. 
Sch., Browne's Med. and Fellow of King's 
I860 ; Ist CI. Class. Trip. 1861 ; Assist, 
Master at Eton 1861-93 ; Vice-Provost of 
Eton since 1893 ; Member of the Governing 
Body of Eton since 1897, Fellow since 1904 ; 
m. Blanche, d. of Hon. William Ritchie, 
Legal Member of Council of Gov.-Gen. of 
India. The Cloisters, Eton College, Windsor. 

Thomas. Son of H. B. ; 1852''-1857" ; 
Prince Consort's German Prize 1853 ; 
Eton viii. 1866-7 ; Capt. of the Boats 1857 ; 
0pp. Wall 1866-6, Keeper 1866; Mixed 
Wall 1856-6, Keeper 1866 ; Field xi. 1865-6 ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Banker : m. Constance, d. 
of William Barron. 8 Bishopsgaie Within, 
E.G. 

Sir Thomas Hbnry, G.C.B., K.C.M.G., 
I.S.O. Eld. son of R. S., M.P. for Colchester 
1831-47 ; 1862'-1857' ; appointed Junior 
Clerk, Foreign OflBce, 1859 ; attached to 
Lord Wodehouse's (Earl of Kimberley) 
Special Mission to King of Denmark 
1863-4 ; Assist. Protocolist for Conferences 

, on the affairs of Denmark 1864, and on 
the Black Sea 1871 ; Private Sec. to 
Parliamentary Under-Sec. of State 1866 ; 

I Assist. Agent of H.M.'s Government at 
Geneva in Arbitration on Alabama Claims 
1871; Private Sec. for Foreign Affairs 
1866-8, 1874r-8, 1880-5 ; Sen. Clerk 1885 ; 

I Assist. Under-Sec. of State for Foreign 

I Affairs 1889 ; Permanent Under-Sec. since 

j 1894. 66 Wimpole Street, W. 

Sir Spencer, K.C.B. Eld. son of Rt. Hon. 
S. H. W.; 1862M857» : Hon.D.L.,Oxf.,Hon. 
LL.D. Edinburgh ; Clerk in the War Office 
1858 ; Inspector of Fisheries 1867 ; Lieut.- 
Gov. of the Isle of Man 1882 ; Sec. to the 



Walpole — cont. 



Whitting 

(K.S., W.A C.) 



Han key ma, 

(J.L.J.) 



Kelly ma, 

(R.D.) 



Gladstone ma, 

(E.C. & F.V., 
E.C. & W.J.) 



Norm an ma, 

(Mrs. D., E.ir.P. & 
W\B.M.) 



Brander 

(Mrs. de R., E.B.) 



Lord Hinching- 
brooke 

(Miss G., E.B.) 



G.P.O. 1893-9 ; m. Marion, d. of Sir John 
Digby Murray, 10th Bfc. of Blackbarony, co. 
Peebles. Hartfield Grove, Coleman's Hatch, 
Tunbridge Wells. 

Col. John Evbrard. Son of W. W. of 
Thomey, Peterborough ; 1862*-1857* ; ent. 
E.LC.8. 1867 ; in the Indian Army ; 
served in the Indian Mutiny 1857 ; trans- 
ferred to 1st Bn. 37th Hants Regt 1858, 
Col. (ret.) ; m. Marie, d. of Major Grabski, 
of the Polish and Turkish Armies. 
3 Anglesey Crescent, Alverstoke, Qosport. 

Ernest Thomas. Son of T. H., Banker, 
of 7 FeuchurchSt,B.C. ; 1862M867' : Eton 
VIII. 1867 ; won Sculling 1867 ; 0pp. Wall 
and Field xi.s 1856 ; m. Minna G., d. of 
Dr. Rowand of Quebec. Oriental Club, 
18 Hanover Sq., W. 

Rev. Frederic Festus. Son of F. F. K., 
Inspector-Gen. of Letter Carriers in the 
G.P.O. ; 1861»-1866" ; Sch- of Trin. Hall, 
Camb. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Law and Hist. ; 
Curate of Hilton 1861-4, Stockport 1864- 
70, St. Mark's, Kensington, 1870-1, St 
Michael's, Paddington, 1871-80; Vicar of 
Camberwell since 1880 ; m. Blanche, d, of 
Robert Bradford of Franks, Farningham, 
Eynsford, Kent. The Vicarage, Camber- 
well, S.E. 

William Henry. Eld. son of Rt. Hon. 
W. E. G. of Ha warden Castle, Chester ; 
1862^-1868' ; Newc. Select 1868 ; Prince 
Consort's Italian Prize 1857 ; 0pp. Wall 
1856-7 : Mixed Wall 1857 ; Field xi. 1857 ; 
won School Fives 1858; Pres. of Eton 
Soc. 1867-8 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 1st CI. Mods. 
1860; 2nd CI. Class.; M.P. for Chester 
1866-8, Whitby 1868-80 and for B. Worces- 
ters 1880-6 ; a Lord of the Treasury 
1869-74 ; D.L. for co. Flint, High Sheriff 
1888; m. Hon. Gertrude, d. of Charles, 
12th and last Lord Blantyre; died July 
4, 1891. 

Frederick Henry. 4th son of G. W. N. 
of Bromley, Kent; 1861»-1867'' ; Eton xl 
1864-7, Captain 1867 ; Field xi. 1865-6, 
Keeper 1856 ; won School Fives 1857 ; Pres. 
of Eton Soc. 1866-7 ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Camb. xi. 1868-60 ; called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1863 ; Banker ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Herts, High Sheriff 1899 ; m. 
Lina Susan Penelope, d. of Sir Mark Wilks 
Collet, 1st Bt., of St Clere, Ightham, 
Sevenoaks. Moor Place, Much Hadham, 
S.O., Herts, and 6 Sussex Sq., W. 

Rev. Gustavus. Of Somerford Grange, 
Hants ; eld. son of Capt T. C. B., Ist 
Dragoon Gds. ; 1863»-1857' ; Ball. ColL 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Kingston, Devon, 
1866-7, Braunton, N. Devon, 1868-9, 
Holmer, Hereford, 1869-73 ; died 1901. 

Col. Edward George Henry 
Montagu, Visct (8th Earl of Sandwich). 
Eld. son of Rt Hon. John WiUiam, 7th 
Earl of S. ; 1862=-1867=' ; Prince Consort's 
German Prize 1864, and French Prize 
1857 ; won 100 Yards 1866, Mile 1867 ; 
ent Gren. Gds. 1867, Capt 1862, Adj. 2nd 
Bn. 1864, Lieut-Col. 1870, Col. 1881 ; MU. 
Sec. at Gibraltar 1876-6 ; Hon. Col. 5th 
Bn. K. R. Rifles 1884; Brig.-Gen. S. 
Midland Vol. Bgde. 1888-94 ; attached to 
Special Embassies to (Constantinople 1868, 
Berlin 1861, St Petersburg 1874, Morocco 
1876 ; M.P. for Huntingdon 1876-84 ; Kt 
of Grace, of St John of Jerusalem ; J.P. for 
Dorset; Chmn. of Hunts Co. Goancil. 
Hinchingbrooke, Huntingdon ; Hooke Court, 
Beaminster, R.S.O., co. Dorset, and 41a 
Albemarle St., W, 



1856.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



29 



Seveme 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Brodrick 

(O.O.G. & J.L.J.) 



LiddeU 

(W.B., aft. K.S., R.D.) 



Gosling wa. 

(E.B.) 



Luxmoore 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 



Dyne 



(J.L.J.,aft.K.S.,J.L.J.) 



Balls 

(K.S., W.A.C.) 



Young ma. 

(J.L.J.,aftK.S.,J.L.J.) 

Nixon 

(K.S., W.L.B.) 

Churton ma, 

(Mrs. de R., aft K.S., 
W.B.M.) 

Carter 

(F.V.,aftK.S.,W.J. 
& E. B.) 

Scott 

{K.S., B.B.) 



Walter Mkysbt. 5th son of J. M. S. 
of Thenford, Banbury, and Wallop Hall, 
Shrewsbury ; 1862»-1867» ; 0pp. and Mixed 
Wall and Field xi.s 1856 ; won Steeple- 
chase, Mile and 350 Yards 1856 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; died Jan. 1878. 

Hon. and Rev. Oasox Alan. 6th son of 
William John, 7th Visct Midleton ; 1852' 
1868" ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Wrecclesbam, Faruham, 1864-6, St. Mat- 
thew, Denmark Hill, Camberwell, S.E., 
1866-7 ; Vicar of Stagsden, Bedford, 1867- 
75, Godalming 1875-88 ; Rector and Rural 
Dean of Alverstoke, Gosport 1888-1901 ; 
Hon. Canon of Winchester since 1882 
Master of St. Cross Hospital since 1901 ; 
m, Emily Hester, d, of Philip Melvill. St. 
Gross Hospital^ Winchester. 

Capt. Gerald George. Of Winkton 
House, Ringwood ; 2nd son of Hon. and 
Rev. R. L., Vicar of St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, S.W. ; 1852»-1857» ; CoU. Wall 
1855-6 ; Mixed Wall 1856 ; formerly Capt. 
23rd Fusiliers ; m. Ist, Agatha Catherine, 
d. of Adml. John Edward Walcott of 
Winkton; 2nd, EUzabeth Amelia, d. of 
Charles Reynolds ; died Sept. 7, 1897. 

William Cunliffe. Of Botleys Park, 
Chertsey ; 3rd son of R. G. of Botleys 
Park and Hassobury, Bishop's Stortford ; 
1851M856* ; 0pp. Wall 1856 ; Field xi. 
1855-6, Keeper 1866 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
Banker in Fleet St., E.C. ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Rutland 1885 ; died unm. March 15, 1896. 

Rev. Charles Coryndon. Son of 
C. L., Fellow of Eton ; 1850»-1858» ; Pem- 
broke Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Lam- 
bourne, Berks, 1863-5 ; Vicar of Fawley, 
Wantage, 1866-84, Lapley with Wheaton 
Aston, Stafford, 1884-93 ; Rector of 
Broughton, Bucks, 1893-1900 ; Vicar of 
Great Milton, WaUingford, 1900-3 ; m. 
Janet Lambert Penrose, d. of W^iUiam 
Penrose Marie, H.B.M. Consul at Malaga. 
31 Kensington Court, W. 

John Bradley. Son of Rev. J. B. D., 
D.D., Hea<i Master of Highgate Sch., and 
Preb. of St. Paul's ; 1854>-1859" ; Newc. 
Select 1857-8, Sch. 1859 ; Eton xi. 1856-8, 
Capt 1858, played against Harrow and 
Winchester 1869 ; ColL Wall 1866 and 1868 ; 
Mixed WaU 1868 ; Sch. of King's Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Bell's Sch. 1860 ; Fellow of 
King'b 1862 ; 1st CL Class. Trip. 1863 : 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1866 ; Con- 
veyancing Counsel to the Treasury 1885, 
War Office 1891-9, and to the High Court 
of Justice since 1899 ; m. Rosamond Alice, 
d. of Rev. Richard Lubbock, Rector of 
Eccles, Attleboroagh. The Orove, Highgaie, 
N., Westhavent Seaford, S.O.y Sussex, and 
4 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Rev. Robert Harry. Son of W. B., 
Farmer, of Stapleford, Cambridge ; 1854'- 
1858» ; Coll. Wall 1856-8 ; Mixed Wall 
1857-8 ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 1st CI. 
Mods. 1860 ; Assist Master at Eton 1862-4 ; 
aft Rector of Beaworthy, N. Devon ; died 
in Australia, March 13, 1882. 

Sir W. M., K.C.S.L . 1859. 

J. E. . 1859. 

E. T. . 1859. 

T. J. P. . 1859. 



George Gilbert. Son of Sir G. S. ; 
1852»-1856* ; Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Fellow of 
Jesus Coll. ; 1st CI. Mor. Sc. ; an Architect ; 
died 1897. 



Malcolm 

(J.E.Y.) 



Palmer ma. 

(F.V. & WJ^., W.J.) 



Grove 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Oliver ma, 

(W.B., E.B.) 



Wormald 

(C.W.) 



James 

(T.H.a,aftK.S.,P.E.D. 
& C.C.J.) 

Wright 

(K.S.,W.G.C.&J.E.Y.) 

Thomas 

(E.H.P. & A.F.B.) 



Luxmoore 

(K.S., C.L. dc J.L.J.) 

Middleton ma, 

(B.B.) 



Chute mi, 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



Bosanquet mi, 

(K.S., E.B.) 

Du Cane 

(W.A.C.) 



William Rolle. Son of J. M. of 
Poltalloch, Lochgilphead ; 1862»-1867» : 
Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Ist CI. Mods. 1860 ; 
1st CI. Lit Hum. and Fellow of All Souls' 
Coll. Oxf. 1862; Barrister; formerly 
Assist Under-Sec. of State for the Colonies ; 
aft a Banker (Coutts & Co.) ; m. 1st 
Georgina, d. of Maj.-Gten. Lord Charles 
Wellesley; 2nd, Ruth, d. of Rt Hon. 
Edward Pleydell Bouverie. WaJton Manor, 
Epsom, and 1 Prince's Qds., S. W. 

Sir Archdalb Robert, 4th Bt Eld- 
son of Sir G. J. P., 3rd Bt, of WanUp Hall; 
1861='-1857» ; formerly Lieut Rifle Bgde., 
ret 1869 ; J.P. for co. Leicester ; m. Lady 
Augusta Amelia Shirley, d. of Washington 
Sewallis, 9th Earl Ferrers. WanLip Mall, 
Leicester. 

William Chapyn. Of Zeals House, 
Mere, Bath ; son of W. C. G. of Zeals 
House ; 1852''-1858» ; died at Poona, Bom- 
bay, Nov. 11, 1865. 

Capt. Samdel Pasfibld. Son of Rev. 
W. M. O., Rector of Bovinger, Ongar, 
Essex; 1852M856'; formerly in the Royal 
Art ; aft Author and Reviewer for the 
* Athenaeum ' ; * Star of Madagascar ' 
presented by King Radama II. at his 
Coronation 1862 ; m. Clara d. of Hon. G. 
Mylius Dick, Councillor of Mauritius. 
Rutherford Lodge, Worthing. 

John. Son of J. W. of Highbury, N. ; 
1852M857'; 0pp. Wall 1856-7; Mixed 
Wall and Field xi.s 1857 ; in Child's Bank, 
Temple Bar, E.C. ; m. Louisa, d. of F. W. 
Prise of Harringay, Homsey, N. Morden 
Park, Mitcham, Surrey. 

A. 0. . 1859. 



F. N. 



1859. 



George Gilbert Treherne (aft. 
Treherne). Son of R. G. T. of Pl&s Llan- 
non, Llanelly; 1851»-1856'' ; won Pulling 
1855 ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Oxt viii. 
1859 ; SoUcitor ; m. Elizabeth, d. of George 
Gape of St Michael's Manor, St Albans. 
26 BrunsiHck Gds., Camden Hill, W., and 
28 Bedford Jiotc, W.C. 

H. B. . 1859. 



Hastings Burton, J.P. Son of H. N. M. 
of Bradford Peverell; 1852M857'; Magd. 
CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Demy of Magd. Coll. ; 
formerly Hon. Maj. Q. 0. Dorset Yeo. 
Cav. ; J. P. and Chmn. of Qr. Sessions ; m. 
Charlotte Lucia, d. of Rev. Charles Old 
Goodford, D.D., Provost of Eton 1862-84 ; 
Bradford Peverell, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Rev. Deveredx Wiggett. 2nd son 
of W. L. Wiggett-Chute of the Vyue, 
Basingstoke ; 1852'-1858» ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; Hon. 4th CI. Lit Hum. ; Wells 
Theo. Coll. ; Curate of Cirencester, 1864-6 ; 

i Rector of Sherborne St John since 1865 ; 

; Assist Dioc. Insp. Winchester 1878-97 ; 
Rural Dean of Basingstoke, N.E. Div., 
1878-82 ; m. Mary Henrietta, d. of Capt. 
Hugh Hunter, R.N. Sherborne St. John 

I Rectory, Basingstoke. 



B. P. 



1859. 



Percy Charles. 4th son of Rev. H. 
Du C of the Grove, Witham ; 1853*-1858' ; 
Eton XI. 1855 and 1857 ; 0pp. and Mixed 
Wall and Field xi.s 1857; Capt 2nd 
Dragoons ; died unm. Jan. 19, 1873. 



30 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1856. 



Pickering 

(W.R, aft. K.S., O.W.) 

Entwisle ma. 

(A.F.B.) 

Campion 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Pinckney 

(F.B.D.) 



Hardy ma, 

(W.E., KB.) 



Carter 

(K.S., O.O.G. & P B.D.) 

Home 

(W.B.,W.B.M.) 



Lord Turnour 

(W.L.B.) 



Harriott 

(W.K, R.D.) 

Smith 

(F.V., R.D.) 

Pott 

(W.A.O.) 



Farmer 

(W.L.R) 

Lubbock ma^^\ 

(J.L.J.) 



Hancock 

(E.C.) 



p. G. U. 



. 1859. 



V^iLLTAM. Son of W. E., of Basbolme 
Hoase, near Manchester; 1852'-1856''; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; Lieat 2nd Life Gaards ; died 
anm. Aag. 27, 1860. 

Charles Walter. 2nd son of W. J. C. 
of Danny, Harstpierpoint, Hassocks, Sus- 
sex ; 1852»-1868» ; Ball. CoU. Oxf. ; B.A.. ; 
I called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn ; formerly 
Priv. Sec. to Speaker Brand, aft Exam, of 
Private Bills in Parliament ; m. Charlotte 
Susan, d, of Hugh H. Seymour. 52 Lennox 

Erlysman, J.P. Son of B. C. P. of Berwick 
St. James, Salisbury; 1852M857'' ; Eton 
viiL 1867 ; Exeter Coll. Oxt ; M.A. ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple 1863 ; J.P. 
for Wilts ; m. Frances Elizabeth Mary, d. 
of James William Cusack, M.D., of Knock- 
bane, Galway. Wraxall Lodge, Bradford- 
on-Avon. 

Hon. John Stewart (aft. Gathorne- 
Hardy), Lord Medway. Eld, son of 
Gathome, 1st Earl Granbrook; 1851"- 
1857" ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; formerly Lieut Rifle 
Bgde., aft Col. 2nd YoL Bn. E. Kent Begt 
1886-98 (V.D.); M.P. for Rye 1868-80; 
Mid. Div. of Kent 1884-« and Medway Div. 
of Kent 1885-92 ; J.P. and D.L. for Kent ; 
m. Cecily Marguerite Wilhelmina, d. of 
Joseph Ridgway of Fairlawn, Tonbridge. 
2 Cadogan Sq., &W. 



R.H. 



1869. 



Rev. Edward Lewis. Son of J. T. H. 
of 5 Grosvenor Ores., Belgrave Sq., S.W. ; 
1852»-1856' ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
Curate at Great Marlow 1862-70 ; died 
unm. 1870. 

Edward, Visct (5th Earl Winterton). 
Eld. son of Edward, 4th Earl W. ; 1851'- 
1856' ; Eton XL 1865-6 ; Opp. and Mixed 
Wall and Field xls 1865 ; formerly Capt 
6th Sussex Rifle Vol. ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Sussex ; m. Lady Georgia Susan Hamilton, 
d, of James, Ist Duke of Abercom, K.G. ; 
ShUhnglee Park, Petteorth, Suuex. 



1852»-1856»; Ball. 



George Robert. 
OoU. Oxt 



Studlby Vidal. 1862'-1867* 
R.E. ; died June 1874. 



Capt 



Col. Norbury. Son of W. P. ; 1862'- 
1856' ; Eton vin. 1856 ; Hon. Col. and 
Lieut-CoL Comm. 2nd Vol. Bn. K Surrey 
Regt (V.D.) ; Merchant ; m. Amia Harriet, 
d. of Rev. Church Totton. Ewell, Epsom. 

Thomas Allix. 2nd son of W. F. G. F. 
of Nonsuch Park, Cheam, Sutton ; 1852'- 
1856* ; formerly In the Legacy Duty Office, 
Somerset House. 

Beaumont William. 4th son of Sir 
J. W. L., 3rd Bt, of High Elms, Down, 
Famborough, Kent ; 1849'-1857' ; Eton 
VIII. 1856-7 ; Partner in Robarte, Lubbock 
dc Co., Bankers, 15 Lombard St, E.C. 
7 Clarge$ St., W, 

Sir Henry James Burford Burpord-, 
C.M.G. Son of H. H., Professor, Royal 
Coll. of Surgeons (Eng.) ; 1850'-1866' ; ent 
45th Foot ; caUed to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1864 ; Chief Justice successively 
of Leeward Islands, Gibraltar, and Jamaica ; 
m. 1st, Hannah, d. of Capt Settle, R.N. ; 
2nd, Alice Maud, d. of Rev. John Nanki- 
vell. Chaplain of Crediton ; died at Jamaica 
1895. 



Powell 

(W.A.C.) 



Mr. Duncan 

(A.F.B.) 

Gawne 

(W.B., F.KD.) 



Gurdon 

(A.F.B.) 

Heathcote 

(A.F.B.) 

Lubbock ma, 

(J.W.H. & J.L.J.) 

Davies 

(R.D.) 



Stopford 

(A.F.B.) 



Bridger 

(K.a, W.L.H. & 
F.StJ.T.) 

Ainger 

(K.S., W.A.C. & E.D.S.) 

Hoare mi, 

(E.B.) 

Turner 

(Miss E., F.E.D.) 



Morrison ma, 

(W.A.C.) 



Mr. Lawless 

(W.B.M.) 



: David. Eld. son of D. P. of Heath Lodge, 
Hampstead, N.W. ; 1862'-1868' ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; 2ndCL Classics ; Merchant ; 
Partner in Ootesworth and Powell ; Gov. 
of the Bank of England 1892-4 ; m. Lucy 
Elizabeth, d. of Arthur Pryor of Hylands, 

I Chelmsford ; died Sept 1897. 



I Hon. R. a. P. 
I Camperdown). 



Haldane (Earl of 
. 1859. 



Rev. Richard Murray. Son of E. M. G. 
of Kentraugh, Isle of Man ; 1853»-1868» ; 
Ch, Ch. Oxt ; M.A. ; Wells Theo. CoU. ; 
Curate of Coxley, Wells, Somerset, 1864-6, 
St Albans, 1867-8, Welwyn, 1868-70, Kimp- 
ton, Welwyn, 1870-4 ; Rector of Reymers- 
ton, Attleborough, 1874-99, Ashill since 
1899 ; m. Constance Catherine, d. of 
Henry William Bartholomew Edwards of 
the Hall, Hardingham, Attleborough. 
Ashai Rectorif, Thetford. 

Sir W. B., K.C.M.G., C.B. 

. 1859. 

C. G. . 1869. 



. 1869. 



Byam Martin. 4th sou of Gen. F. J. D. 
of Danehurst, Sussex ; 1863>-1868' ; Eton 
XI. 1857-8 ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; B. A. ; caUed to the 
Bar 1866, Home Circuit ; Inspector of Poor 
Law Schools 1881-1906 ; m. Frances Anne, 
d. of Edward Nathaniel Conant of Lyndon, 
Rutland. Corsley Bouse, Warminster, and 
WaUham Place, Maidenhead. 

Sackvillb George (aft Stopford- 
Sackville), M.P., J.P., D.L. Son of 
W. B. S.-S. ; 1858'-1858« ; Prince Con- 
sort's French Prize 1866 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; 2nd CI. Law and Hist ; Lient-CoL 
and Hon. Col. 4th Bn. Northants Regt; 
Chmn. of Northants C.C. ; M.P. for N. 
Northants 1867-80 and since 1900 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for NorUiante ; m. Edith Frances, 
d. of WiUiam Raehleigh of Menabilly, 
Cornwall. Drayton House, Thrapston. 

B. L. 1869. 



A. C. 



W. M. 



I James. Eld. son of J. T. of Rusholme 
Park, Manchester ; 1863'-1858' ; Opp. WaU 
1866-7, Keeper 1867 ; Keeper of Mixed WaU 
1867 ; Field xi. 1866-7 ; BalL Coll. Oxt ; 
formerly a Solicitor in London ; died 1876. 

George. Of Hamptworth Lodge, Salis- 
bury ; 6th son of J. M. of Basildon Park, 
Reading ; 1853'-1866' ; Eton viii. 1866 ; 
I BaU. ColL Oxt ; 2nd CI. Lit Hum. ; Oxt 
I vin. 1869-61 ; Pres. O.U.B.C. ; J.P. ; m. 
Barbara Jane, d. of — Poore ; died April 4, 
1884. 

Hon. Valentine Frederick (4th Lord 
Cloncurry). Eld, son of Edward Srd Lord 
C. ; 1860'-1868» ; Eton viii. 1867-8 ; Capt 
of the Boats 1858 ; Won Pulling 1867 ; 
Opp. Wall and Field xls 1867 ; BaU. ColU 
Oxt ; B.A. ; Oxt viii. 1869 ; m. Hon. 
Laura Sophia Priscilla '^iim,d.ot Rowland 
Winn, 1st Lord St Oswald. Lyoiu, co. 
KUdare, and 1 Deanery St., Park Lane, W, 



1856.] 



UPPEB. SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



31 



Clowes ma, 

(F.B.D.) 



Hornby 

(O.W.) 

Croft 

(B.C.) 



Hope 

(A.F.B ) 



Dawson 

(F.V., aft K.a, 
W.B.M.) 



Fawkes 

(aft. K.S.) 

Sutherland 

(Miss a, W.J.) 



Lord Sudley 

(E.C.) 



Goodall 

(B.R) 



Styleman le Strange 

(W.B.M.) 



WnjJAM Charles Knight. Son of G. 
C. ; 1852M866' ; Oh. Oh. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
Printer ; m. Loaisa Elizabeth Helen, d. of 
John Henry Marchison. 31 Cranley Qds., 
8.W. 

Joseph Starky. 2nd son of Ven. W. 
H., Archdn. of Lancaster and Yioar of St. 
Michaels-on-Wyre, Oarstaug, Lanes ; 
1862»-1858> ; died April 8, 1858. 

Sir Herbert George Denman, 9th 
Bt. Of Lagfwardine Court, Hereford ; son 
of Sir A. D. C, 8th Bt, of Lagwardine ; 
1861»-1867> ; Merton Coll. Oxt ; M.A. ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1861 
(Oxford Circait) ; formerly Lieat Here- 
ford Mil. ; M.P. for Herefords 1868-74 ; 
Bevislng Barrister on the Oxford Circuit 
1878-92 ; H.M. Inspr. of Constabulary, 
Northern Counties 1892-1902; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Hereford ; m. Georgiana Eliza 
Lucy,d. of Matthew H. Marsh, of Ramridge 
House, Hants ; died Feb. 11, 1902. 

Henry Walter, J.P., D.L. Eld. sou of 
G. W. fl. of Luffuess ; 1862»-1866« ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Capt Gren. Gda. ret 
1865, aft Capt E. Lothian and Berwick 
Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. and D.L. for E. Lothian 
and CO. Fife; m. Lady Mary Catherine 
Constance Primrose, d. of Archibald, Lord 
Dalmeuy, and sister of Archibald Philip, 
i\h Earl of Bosebery. Luffneu^ Aberlady^ 
S.O., CO. Haddington, 

Gerard Finch. 3rd son of H. D. of 
Launde Abbey, Leicester; 1861»-1858»; 
Eton XI. 1858 ; CoU. Wall 1856-7, Keeper 
1858 ; Mixed WaU 1856-8, Keeper 1858 ; 
Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; B. A. ; Barrister, Norfolk 
Circuit ; m. Dora Harriet, d. of James E. 
Goodrich of Fyarth House, Buthin ; died 
Dec. 26, 1886. 

Frederic Hamley. Son of Rev. F. F. F. 
of All Saints', Evesham ; 1851'-1851', entd. 
again 1853'-1858'; formerly Capt R.K; 
dead. 

Charles Leslie, CLE. Son of J. W. S. 
of Coombe, Croydon ; 1853*-1858' ; Eton 
XI. 1855-8, Acting Capt 1858 ; Field XI. 
1856-7, Keeper 1857 ; servediu the War Office 
185&-70; attached to British Commn. to 
Philadelphia Exhibn. 1876 ; an Internl. 
Juror, Paris Exhibn., 1878 ; Assist Commr. 
on Boyal Commn. on Agriculture 1879; 
attached to India Office for special service 
1880-1901 ; m. Frances, (2. of F. B. Short of 
Bickham, Devon. Down Holly Downy Kent. 

Arthur Saunders William Charles 
Fox- (5th Earl of Arran), K.P. Of CasUe 
Gk)re, Ballina, co. Mayo ; eld. son of Philip 
Yorke, 4th Earl of A., K.P., of Castie 
Gore ; 1851M856" ; Eton viii. 1856 ; won 
PuUing 1855 ; formerly Attache at Vienna 
and Paris ; Commr. of Customs 1883-4 ; 
H.M.'s Lieut for co. Mayo ; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Donegal, High Sheriff 1863 ; m. 1st 
Hon. Edith, d. of Robert, Visct Jocelyn ; 
2nd, Winifred Ellen, d. at John BeiUy of 
St Bridget's, co. Dublin, and widow of 
Hon. John Montagu Stopford ; died 
Mar. 14, 1901. 

WiujAM Alexander George. Eld. 
son of Rev. J. J. G., of Dinton Hall, Ayles- 
bury, and Vicar of Bromham and Oakley, 
Beds; 1852»-1857«; Exeter Coll. Oxf.; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple; died 
unm. Aug. 31, 1876. 

Hamon (aft le Strange), F.S.A.,J.P.,D.L. 
Eld. son of H. L'E. S. le S. of Hunstanton 
HaU ; 1853'-1858» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. 
Ist CL Law and Mod. Hist 1862 ; 3rd Sec. 
in H.M. Diplomatic Service at Mexico, 
Paris, and Washington 1865-71 ; Chmn. 
Norfolk Qr. Sessions ; Prov. Grand Master 



Styleman le Strange 
— conU 



Tilly 

(Mrs. de R., J.W.H.) 

Price 

(W.B.M.) 



Lord Crichton 

(E.B.) 



Kinglake ma, 

(W.K, E.B.) 



Smith ma. 

(J.L.J.) 



Wood ma, 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Denison 

(J.L.J.) 



Bowyer 

(W.A.C.) 



Bayly 

(C.O.G. & W.B.M.) 

Willis ma, 

(W.L.H., aft K.S., 
W.L.H.) 



of Freemasons ; Chmn. of Eastern Sea 
Fisheries Joint Commn.; J.P., D.L. and 
C.C. for Norfolk, High Sheriff 1880 ; m. 
Emmeline, d. of William Austin of Boston, 
Massachusetts, n.S.A. HunttatUon Holly 
lYorfolky and 1 Eaton Plaeey S.W. 

I Harry. Of Boelowick, Falmouth ; 2nd 
I son of T. H. T. of Falmouth ; 1852»-1856' ; 

Solicitor ; formerly Registrar o the County 

Court at Falmouth ; dead. 

William Edwin. Of Hillfleld, Gloucester; 
son of W. P. P. of Tibberton Court, 
Gloucester; 1850»-1857* ; London Univ.; 
B.A. ; F.G.S. ; R.M. Academy, Woolwich ; 
formerly in the 36th Regt, aft Maj. Gloncs. 
Militia ; M.P. for Tewkesbury ; m. Mar- 
garet, d. of Robert Needham Philips of 
The Park, Prestwich, Manchester; died 
1886. 

Rt. Hon. John Henry (4th Earl of 
Erne), K.P. Eld. son of John, 3rd Earl of E., 
K.P., of Crom Castie ; 1853»-1856» ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; M.P. for EnnisklUen ; 
1868-80, and Fermanagh 1880-5 ; a Lord of 
the Treasury 1876-80 ; Conservative Whip 
1876-85; H.M.*s Lieut oo. Fermanagh 
since 1885 ; Chmn. Fermanagh CO. ; m. 
Lady Florence Mary Cole, d. of William 
Willoughby, 3rd Earl of EnniskiUen. 
Crom CattUy Newtown-ButleVy Irelandy and 
21 KnighUbridgey S.W. 

Rev. Frederick Charles. Son of 
J. A. K. ; Sar jeant at Law ; M.P. for 
Rochester; 1852'-1857«; Ch. Ch. Oxt; 
M.A. ; Curate of W. Monicton, Taunton, 
1861-82, Rector 1882-1900 ; m. Rosa C, d. 
of Rev. William Chapman Kinglake, Rector 
of W. Monkton ; died July 1900. 

Ernald Mosley. Of Selsdon House, 
Croydon ; eld. son of G. R. S. of Selsdon ; 
1852»-1858»; Cox Eton vni. 1857 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; m, Lindsay Elizabeth, d. of John 
Murray of Tonchadam, co. Stirling ; died 
Dec. 8, 1872. 

Charles Lindley (2nd Visct Halifax), 
F.S.A. Eld. son of Rt Hon. Charles, 
1st Visct H. ; 1858'-1858»; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf.; M.A. ; formerly Capt Ist W. 
Riding of Yorks Yeo. Cav. ; Groom of the 
Bed Chamber to H.R.H. the Prince of 
Wales 1862-70 ; Ecclesiastical Commr. for 
England 1886; Pres. of English Church 
Union ; m. Lady Agnes Elizabeth Courte- 
nay, d. of William Reginald, 11th Earl of 
Devon. Hickleton Holly DoncaUer; Oar- 
rowbjfy Bishop WUtony Yorky and 79 Eaton 
8q.y & W. 

Edward. Son of Rt Rev. E. D., D.D., 
Bishop of SaUsbury ; 1853M858" ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Law and Hist ; M.P. 
for Newark 1868; died at Melbourne, 
Australia, Jan. 26, 1870. 

Rev. Fitzwilliam Wentworth 
Atkyns. 8rd son of H. A. B. of Steeple 
Aston, Oxford ; 1852»-1867» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A. : Curate of Holy Trinity, 
Windsor, 1866; Rector of Chingford, 
Essex, 1867-72, Clapham, Surrey, 1872-86 ; 
m. Margaret Rosamond Fanny, d, of Maj. 
George Cumming ; died 1889. 

Thomas Harvey Dutton. Of Edwin- 
stowe, Newark ; 1852»-1856" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. 
J.P. ; dead. 

Thomas Frederick. Son of Rev. T.W., 
Rector of Sonthwick, Brighton ; 1854"- 
1858^ ; ColL Wall 1858 ; Exeter ColL Oxf.; 
B.A. ; m. Ist, Eleanor, d. of James 
Farthing; 2nd, K F. AUce, d. of John 
Mihier. 53 CaUhneu Rd.y W. Kensingtony W, 



32 



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. [1856. 



Wingfield 

(F.KD.) 



Burr ma, 

(C.W.) 

Wethered 

(Mrs. D. & W.B.M., 
O.O.G. & W.B.M.) 



Eobins 

(W.K, E.D.) 

Eodd 

(H.D. & J.B.Y.) 



DiOBY Hanmer Richard (aft. Wingfield- 
Baker). Of Orsett HaU, Romford ; son of 
R. a W.-B. of Oraett Hall ; 1852»-1867» ; 
formerly Oapt. R. H. Guards (Blue) ; D.L. ; 
died July 7, 1884. 

H. (aft Higford). . 1869. 



Rev, Florence Thomas. Son of Rev. 
P. J. W., Vicar of Hurley ; 1862'-1866« ; 
Cb. Oh. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of War- 
minster 186S-4, Hurley 1866-7 ; Vicar of 
Hurley since 1868 ; m. 1st, Grace Emma, 
d. of Hon. and Rev. Samuel Best, Rector 
of Abbotts Ann, Andover ; 2nd, Mary 
Josephine, d. of Joseph Bonsor of Belgrave 
Sq., S.W. Hurley Vicarage, Marlow, 

Frank Wiluam; 186S*-1866»; formerly 
in the 60th Rifles ; went to live abroad. 

Francis Rashlbigh, J.P. Eld. son of 
F. R. of Trebartha ; 1861=»-1867' ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; formerly Capt. in the Royal Corn- 
wall Rangers Mil ; J.P. for Cornwall ; 
m. Julia Eleanor Dorothea, d. of Thomas 
Graves-Sawle of the Iklauor House, Heavi- 
tree, Exeter. Trebartha Hall, Launceston. 



Mr. Hare 

(Mrs. D., R.D.) 



Fairfax 

(F.B.D.) 



Middle Division. 



Hon. Hugh Henry. 4th son of William, 
2nd Earl of Listowel, K.P. ; 1862»-1866» ; 
Field XI. 1864-6 ; Lieut. Bengal Staff Corps 
1867-62, and Adjt Herts R.V. ; Queen 
Victoria's Foreign Service Messenger 
1866-94 ; m. Georgiana Caroline, d. of CoL 
Birnie Browne of the Bengal Art. Forest 
House, Binfield, Bracknell. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Thomas Ferdinand. Of 
Steeton Hall, Tadcaster, and Newtou-Kyme, 
Yorks: eld. son of T. F. of Steeton and 
Newton-Kyme ; 1862*-1866» ; in the Gren. 
Gds. ; J.P. for W. Riding of Yorks ; m. 
Evelyn Selina, d. of Sir WiUiam Mordaunt 
Edward Mihier, 6th Bt ; died Feb. 6, 
1886. 



Marindin 

(B.B., aft K.S., RB.) 

Halsey 

(W.E., F.RD.) 



Harle 

(J.L.J.) 

Van de Weyer ma, 

(J.W.H., E.C. & W.E., 

E.C. & aD.) 



G.B. 



1869. 



Wynne 

(W.E.,A.F.B.) 



Right Hon. Thomas Frederick, M.P. 
Eld. son of T. P. H., M.P. for Herts; 
1868*-1867' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; AI.A. ; Oxf. 
VIII. 1860 ; formerly Maj. and Hon. 
Lieut-Col. Herts Yeo. Cav. ; M.P. for 
Herts 1874-86, and for Watford Div. since 
1886 : J.P. for Berts ; m. Mary Julia, d. of 
F. 0. Wells of the Bengal Civil Service. 
OrecU Oaddesden Place, Hemel Hempstead, 
and 73 Eaton Place, S, W, 

Wiluam. 1868'-1867» ; won 100 Yds. 
1866, Hurdles 1867 ; formerly Capt 13th 
Hussars ; aft a merchant at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. 

Victor Wiluam Bates, J.P. Eld. son 
of S. V. de W., Belgian Minister at 
the Court of St James's; 1862M858^ ; 
Prince Consort's French Prize 1868 ; Eton 
viiL 1868 ; won Double Sculling 1867 ; 
won Pulling 1868; 0pp. Wall 1867-8, 
Keeper 1868; Keeper of Mixed Wall 1868 ; 
Field XI. 1858; formerly Lieut-Col. R. 
Berks Militia ; J.P. for Berks, High Sheriff 
1886 ; m. Lady Emily (Jeorgina, d. of 
, William, 2nd Earl of Craven. New Lodge, 
' Windsor Forest, and 21 Arlington St., & W. 

Wiluam Robert Maurice, J.P. Eld. son 
of W. W. E. W. of Peniarth ; 1863»-1867» ; 
formerly Lieut Scots Gds. ; M.P. for 
00. Merioneth 1866-8; Lord-Lieut of 



Wynne — cont. 



Hankey mi, 

(J.L.J.) ' 



Ward 

(W.E., F.KD.) 



Bagge 

(Mrs. D., J.E.Y) 



Gooch 

(A.F.B.) 



Bosanquet 

(KB.) 

Kekewich 

(J.L.J.) 



Stevens ma. 

(T.H.8., F.KD.) 



Francis 

(Miss B., W. J.) 



Eobinson 

(0.W.) 



I CO. Merioneth, High Sheriff 1866 ; J.P. for 

' CO.S Montgomery, Merioneth and Car- 
narvon ; m. Fanny, d. of William Kendall, 
and widow of R. T. Williamson. Peniarth, 

I TotPifn, II.S.O1., Merioneth, and 26 Bueking- 

, ham Gate, & W. 

Rev. Canon Montagu. Son of T. H., 
Banker, of 7 Fenchurch St, KC. ; 1864*- 

I 1869' ; 0pp. Wall 1868 ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; 

; M.A. ; Curate of Ramsgate 1866-7, St 
Giles - in - the - Fields 1867-8 ; Rector of 
Maiden Newton since 1868 ; Rural Dean of 
Bridport, Abbotabury Div., 1885 ; Preb. of 
Lyme and Halstock in Sarnm Cath. 1898 ; 
Proctor in Convocation for Sarum 1900 ; 
m. Alice Aitcheson, d. of Gren. Henry A. 
Hankey. Maiden Newton Rectory, Dorches- 
ter, Dorset. 

Maj. Elus Houlton. Of Shrubb HiU, 
Box, Chippenham ; eld. son of N. W. of 
Calverley Grange, Tunbridge Wells ; 1863'- 
1867' ; formerly Maj. 60th Rifles and 2nd 
Middlesex R. Mil. ; m. Emily Marion 
Emma, d. of Hon. Leopold William Henry 
Fox-Powys of Bewsey Hall, Warrington-. 
17 arcus, Bath. 

Thomas Edward, J.P., D.L. 2nd son of 
R. B. of Gaywood Hall ; 1862*-1867» ; Eton 
XI. 1866-7 ; Field xi. and 0pp. WaU 1866-6 ; 
Mixed Wall 1866 : won School Fives 1867 ; 
won Hurdles 1866 ; Tnn. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Camb. XL 1869-61, Capt 1861 ; 
Lieut-Col. P.W.O. Norfolk Art (ret) ; 
J. P.* and D.L. for Norfolk ; m. 1st, Lx>ui8a 
Maria Mary, d. of Frederick Walpole 
Keppel of Lexham, Norfolk ; 2nd, Con- 
stance Mary, d. of Lloyd Baxendale of 
Greenham Lodge, Berks. Gaywood Hall, 
King's Lynn. 

Rev. Phiup Sherlock. Son of Rev. 
C. J. G., Rector of Toppesfield, Halstead ; 
1852»-1858» ; Merton Coll. .Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
Curate of Huntlngfleld, Halesworth, 1864- 
72, Benacre 1872-3; Rector of Benacre 
since 1876 ; m. Mary Campbell, d. of Rev. 
Henry Jodrell of Gisleham, Suffolk. 
Benacre Rectory, Wangford, R.8.O., Suffolk. 

R.H. M. . 1869. 



Sir George Wiluam, K.C.B., D.C.L. 
4th son of S. T. K., M.P., of Peamore, 
Devon ; 1863»-1869' ; BalL Coll. Oxf. ; Ist 
CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. Class. 1863 ; Hon. D.C.L. 
Durham Univ. ; Examiner in Education 
Dep. 1867, Senr. Examiner 1871 ; Sec. 
Education Dep. 1890-1900 ; Sec. of Science 
and Art Dep. 1899-1900 ; Sec. of Btl. of 
Education 1900-3; J.P. and C.C. for Middle- 
sex ; married. St. Alban% Feltham, 
R.S.O., Middlesex. 

Nathaniel John Comins. Son of 
T. H. S. of Eton ; 1862»-1867* ; joined the 
Madras Fusiliers ; served in the Indian 
Mutiny and at Lucknow 1867 ; Lieut-Col. 
R. Dublin Fusiliers ; m. Mary Elizabeth, 
d. of Thomas M. Ciomins, of Witheridge, 
Morchard Bishop, N. Devon ; died May 
1890. 

Phiup. Son of H. R. F. of Hurley, 
Marlow, aft Judge in N.S. Wales, Aus- 
traUa ; 1862»-1867* ; Clerk in the Admiralty 
(ret) ; m. Jane, d. of John Lloyd Jones of 
Deganwy, Llandudno. Crondall, Farnham, 
Surrey. 

Maj. Georoe Coke (aft Robertson), 
J.P. Eld. son of G. Robinson, Commr. 
R.N. ; 1862M866* ; formerly Maj. 17th 
Lancers ; Capt Notts Yeo. Cav. and Maj. 
Robin Hood R.V. ; J.P. for Notts, High 
Sheriff 1881 ; m. Harriet Anne, d. of 
Andrew Low of Savannah, State of 
G^rgia, N. America. Widmerpool Hall, 
Nottingham. 



1856.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



33 



Cobbold 

(W.B., aft. K.S., 
W.A.C. & E.D.S.) 

Millett 

(W.E., R.D.) 



Willis mi, 

(T.H.S., W.W.) 



Milner 

(W.A.O.) 



Morse 

(W.E. & C.W., C.W.) 



Baskerville 

(C.W.) 



Gosling 

(J.E.Y.) 

Vidal ma, 

(Home, W.B.M.) 



Buller 

(W.B.M.) 



Marshall in a, 

(P.B.D.) 



F. T. 



1859. 



Charles Frederick. Sou of G. M., 
H.E.LO.S. ; 1852»-1856» ; Ch. Oh. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; Solicitor ; m. E. Alice A., d. of 
George Simon Harcoart The Crofts, 
Three MUe Cross, S.O., Readingy and 11 
Greai George St., S. W. 

William Jarvis. Sou of Rev. T. W., 
Rector of Southwick, Brighton ; 1853' 
1856"; in the Army, aft. a Settler hi 
New Zealand ; m, Amelia, d. of Dauiel 
Riddiford ; dead. 

Lieut. - Col. Ferdinand Henry 
Wheeler. Son of Capt. F. C. M. of the 
Indian Army ; 1853''-1857» ; hi the Royal 
Art and Assist. Adjt.-Gen. Bombay ; m. 
d. of Rev. Charles James Waterhouse, 
Chaplain at Singapore ; died Jan. 28, 1888. 

Rev. Herbert George. Son of G. M. of 
Catton Park, Norfolk : 1862»-1857» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; .M.A.; Curate of St Clement's, 
Cambridge, 1862-5, St Paul's, Newington, 
1866-73 ; Vicar of Foston, Yorks, 1873-4 ; 
Rector of Littleham, Bideford, 1878-1900. 
65 Holland Park, W. 

Col. John, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
Henry Viveash (aft. Baskerville) ; of 
Crowsley Park ; 1853»-1857» ; formerly in 
the 6th Dragoons and Maj. 14tli Hnssars, 
aft Col. Comm. Q.O. Oxfords Hussars; 
J. P. and D.L. for Oxfords ; m. Caroline, d. 
of William Charles Henry, M.D., of 
Haffleld, co. Hereford. Crowsley Park, 
Henley-on- Thames. 

Charles. Son of F. G. jf The Manor 
House, Sutton, Surrey ; 1853»-1856= 
formerly Lieut 60th Rifles ; died June 29, 
1868. 

Rev. Robert Wellington. Sou of 
Rev. F. V. of Eton College ; 1851 '-18B 
St John's Coll. Oxf.; M.A. ; won 250 
yards Hurdle Race ; Ist in 100 yards 
* Oxford t». Cambridge ' ; Curate of 
Bumham 1868-9, Marston-Bigot 1869-70, 
Staines 1871-2, Sutton 1872-81 : Vicar of 
Bayford, Hertford, 1881-1901 ; m. Caroline, 
d. of Rev. W. N. Andrewes. 164 Banbury 
Rd., Oxford. 

Gen. Rt. Hon. Sir Rbdvers Henry, 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., K.C.M.G., K.C.B., V.C. 
2nd son of J. W. B., D.C.L., of Downes ; 
1853»-1867» ; ent 60th Rifles 1858 ; Lieut- 
Oen. 1891 ; served in China 1860, Red 
River Expdn. 1870, Ashanti War 1874, 
Kaffir War 1878, Zulu War 1878-9 (Brev. 
Lieut-Col., V.C, O.M.G., Med. with 
Clasp) ; A.D.O. to Queen Victoria 1879-84 ; 
Chief of Staff, Boer War, 1881 ; Intel- 
ligence Dept, Egypt 1882 ; Present 
at Kassassln, Tel-el-Kebir (Despatches, 
K.C.M.G., Med. with Clasp, 3rd 01. 
Osmanieh, Khedive's Star) ; Soudan War 
1884 (Despatches twice, Maj.-Gen. two 
CUsps) ; Chief of Staff, Soudan, 1884-5 
(Despatches, K.C.B., Clasp); Q.-M.-G. 
1887 ; Under Sec. for Ireland 1887 ; Adjt- 
Gen. 1890-7 ; in Command at Aldershot 
189&-9; served In S. Africa 1899-1900 
(Despatches); Comm. Ist Army Corps, 
Aldershot, 1901 ; m. Lady Audrey Jane 
Charlotte, d. of John, 4th Marquis Towns- 
hend. Downes, Crediton, Devon, 

William Edward. Son of W. B. M. 
of Neasdon : 1853'-1856* ; Member of the 
Stock Exchange ; Partner in Mullens, 
Marshall & Co. ; m. Annie Harriet, d. of 
Rev. C. B. RadweU. 11 South Cliff, East- 
bourne, and 4 Lombard S^., E.C. 



HoUing worth ma, 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 

Gaselee 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 

Chapman ma, 

(KB.) 



Craven 

(W.L.E.) 



Mr. Treiicli 

(A.F.B.) 



Blandy 

(W.L.E.) 



Selwyn ma. 

(W.E., E.B.) 



Noel 

(J.W.H. & E.B.) 



Bell ma, 

(E.C.) 



Hall 

(J.L.J.) 



Messiter 

(F.V., W.W.) 

Whitmore ma, 

(Miss E., A.F.B.) 



H. 
H. 



Frederick Barclay. Of Stonehouse 
Court, Glos ; 6th son of D. B. C. of Down- 
shire House, Roehampton, S.W. ; 1853'- 
1856' ; formerly Maj. 14th Hussars ; ret. 
1870 ; m. Augusta Marion, d. of Alfred 
Miller Mundy, of Shipley ; died 1895. 

John Albert. Of Whitton Lodge, 
Daventry ; 1854»-1857» ; Eton viii. 1857 ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly in the Blues, aft 
Master of Pytchley Hunt ; J.P. for North- 
ants ; died 1893. 

Hon. Frederick Sydney Charles. 
Eld- son of Frederick Mason, 2nd Lord 
Ashtown, of Woodlawn, co. Galway ; 
1853*-1858» ; Eton viii. 1858 ; Merton Coll. 
Oxf. ; m. Lady Anne Le Poer Trench, d. of 
William Thomas, 3rd Earl of Clancarty ; 
died March 2, 1879. 

CoL. John (aft Blandy-Jenklns). Eld. 
son of J. B. of Kingston Bagpuize : 1853'- 
1856' ; Col. 3rd Bn. R. Berks Regt 1885-8 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Berks, High Sheriff 
1866 ; J.P. for co. Glamorgan ; m. 1st, 
Alice Martha, d. of Charles Faber, of 
Northaw House, Herts ; 2nd, Elizabeth 
Nora, d. of Maj.-Gen. George Drury. 
R.M.L.L Kingston Bagpuize, Abingdon, 
and Uanharan House, Pontydun, R,&0., 
Glamorgan. 

Rev. Prbb. William. Son of Rt Rev. 
G. A. a, 1st Bp. of New Zealand, aft of 
Lichfield ; 1852"-1857* ; St John's Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Assist Curate of Chad- 
desley Corbett, Kidderminster, 1864-6 ; 
Dome»tic Chaplain to Bp. of Lichfield 1875- 
98 ; Sec. and Treasurer to English Melan- 
esian Mission 1875-98 ; Commissary to Bp. 
John Selwyn of Melanesia 1877-91 ; Vicar 
of Bromfield since 1866 ; Preb. of Hereford 
1901 ; m. Harriet Susan, d. of Rev. Ambrose 
Steward. Bromfield Vicarage, E.S.O., 
Salop. 

Bbv. Montague Henry. Son of Hon. 
and Rev. F. J. N., Vicar of Teston and 
Nettlestead, Maidstone ; 1850M856' : Ch. 
Oh. Oxt ; M.A. ; Curate of Caldloot, 
Chepstow, 1864-5, Wantage 1865-9 ; Vicar 
of St Barnabas, Oxford, 1869-99 ; now 
VOL helper there. St. Barnabas, Oxford. 

Matthew John. Eld. son of M. B. of 
Bourne Park, Canterbury ; 1852M866' ; 
formerly Capt 13th Lt Infty. ; J.P. for 
Kent ; m. Kathleen Matilda, d. of John 
Reilly of St Bridget's, co. Dublin ; died 
Feb. 8, 1902. 

Charles Alexander Hall, J.P. Son 
of A. H. H. of Watergate, Sussex ; 1852"- 
1858'' ; Eton vin. 1858 ; won Pulling 1856, 
SculUng 1858 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. for 
Sussex ; m. Ist^ Caroline Elizabeth, d. of 
Henry Trltton of Beddlngton, Croydon 
2nd, Emma Henrlette, d. of James F. 
Vodoz of Vevay, Switzerland. Funtington, 
Chichester. 

Arthur Henry. Son of H. M., Solicitor 
of Wlncanton, Bath ; 1863M866' ; formerly 
Lieut 84th Regt ; served in the Indian 
Mutiny ; died Nov. 1874. 

Capt. Thomas Charles Douglas. Eld. 
son of T. C. W. of Apley, co. Salop ; 1853'- 
1858* ; formerly Capt R. H. Gds. ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Leicester, High Sheriff 1875 ; 
m. Louisa Margaret Emily, d. of Sir 
Wmiam Craddock-Hartopp, 3rd Bt, of 
Four Oaks Park, co. Warwick. Crsett 
Hall, Grayr, and 38 Wilton Place, S. W. 

F 



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[1856. 



Apthorp 

(Miss G., R.D.) 



Langham ma. 

(A.F.B.) 



Langham mi, 

(A.F.R) 

Lambert 

(J.E.Y.) 

Patten 

(F.E.D.) 



Hancocks 

(P. v., W.J.) 



Westcar 

(Mrs. D., W.J.) 

Mozley mm. 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 

Jervis 

(W.A.C.) 



Phillpotts ma. 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 

Phillpotts mi. 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 

Johnstone 

(W.E., P.E.D.) 

Hervey 

(A.F.B.) 



Heneage ma. 

(A.P.B.) 



Rev. Georgb Francis. Son of Rev. 
G. P. A., Canon of Lincoln and Rector 
of Thorpe-on-the-Hill, Lincoln ; 1863'- 
1857» ; Emm. OolL Camb. ; M.A. ; Curate 
of Barrow-on-Hamber, Hull, 1863-6, St. 
Switliin's, Lincoln, 1865-7, Birdsall, York, 
and Dom. Chap, to Lord Middleton 1867- 
71, Barningham, Barnard Castle, 1871-3 ; 
Vicar of Pott-Shrigley, Macclesfield, 
1873-89 ; m. Charlotte Wordsworth, d. of 
H. Robinson of York. 13 De Pary's 
Avenue^ Bedford. 

Sir Herbert Hay, 12th Bt., J. P., D.L. 
Son of H. L. of Cottesbrooke and Nephew 
of Sir J. H. L., nth Bt ; 1853»-1866» ; 
Lieut. 1st Life Gds. 1867-66 ; Master of the 
Pytchley Hunt ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Northampton ; m. Hon. Anna Maria 
Prances, d. of Arthur Marcus Cecil, 
3rd Lord Sandys. Cottesbrooke Parky 
Northampton, 

P.N. . 1869. 

Alfred Henry. 7th son of Sir H. J. L., 
6th Bt, of Aston House, Oxford ; 1853»- 
1858» ; died Oct 1, 1868. 

Arthur Wilson-. 2nd son of Rt Hon. 
J. W.-P., 1st Lord Winmarleigh, of 
Winmarleigh, co. Lancaster ; 1862'-1868" : 
Field XI. 1856-7, Keeper 1867 ; won 100 
Yards 1857 ; formerly Lieut Rifle Bgde. ; 
died unm. Jan. 2, 1866. 

Maj. Augustus Talbot, J.P., D.L. 
Son of J. H. of Wolverley Court ; 1862'- 
1867' ; formerly Maj. Worcesters Mil. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Worcester ; m. Edith, 
d. of Surg.-Maj. Joseph Salter Rimington 
of the Bombay Army. Wolverley Courts 
Kidderminster. 

Henry Emerson. Eld. son of — W. of 
Burwood, Surrey ; 1852M857' ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; formerly in the R. H. Gds. ; 
died Nov. 7, 1868. 

H. W. . 1869. 



John St. Vincent Parker-. 2nd son 
of Hon. E. S. P.-J. of Aston Hall, Sutton 
Coldfield, Birmingham ; 1864»-1868» ; Mer- 
ton Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; J.P. ; m. Anne, d. 
of Rev. Edwin Hotham, Rector of Crow- 
combe, Taunton ; died Jan. 4, 1892. 

S. H. . 1869. 

S. B. . 1859. 



C. P. 



1869. 



Rev. John Frederick Arthur. Eld. 
son of Rt Rev. A. C. H., Bp. of Bath and 
Wells, 1869 ; 1863»-1859' ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Class. Trip. . 
Curate of Aylesbury 1864-6; Rector of 
Shotley since 1866 ; Alderman of E. 
Suffolk CO. ; m. Emily, d. of Thomas Ely. 
Shotley Rectory^ Ipsteich. 

Rt. Hon. Edward (Ist Lord Heneage). 
Eld. son of G. P. H. of Hainton ; 1863»- 
1856» ; in the 1st Life Gds. 1867-63 ; M.P. 
for Lincoln 1866-8, and for Grimsby 
1880-92 and 1893-6 ; formerly Vice-Chmn. 
of Lindsey Qr. Sessions ; Chanc. of Duchy 
of Lancaster 1886 ; Vice-Pres. of Comme. 
of Agriculture 1886 ; Chmn. of Liberal 
Unionist Council 1893-8 ; Vice-Chmn. of 
Agricultural Chamber 1870, Chmn. 1871 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Lincohi, High 
Sheriff 1880 ; High Steward of Grimsby ; 
Member of Central Council ; Trustee for 
Lines Agric. Soc. and Mablethorpe Con 
valescent Home ; m. Laily Eleanor Cecilia 
Hare, d. of William, 2nd Earl of Listowel. 
Hainton Hall, Lincoln. 



Gaskell 

(W.E., W.J.) 



Palmer 

(Miss G., aft K.S., 
P.E.D.) 

Maberly 

(Mrs. de R., E.B.) 

Jenner 

(Mrs. D., W.G.C. & 
J.E.Y.) 

Palmer mi. 
(P. v., W.J.) 

Jiawlinson 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



Leny 

(C.L.&C.W.) 



Miicdonald 

(Mrs. de R., W.G.C.) 

Henetige mi. 

(A.P.B.) 

Scholfield 

(W.A.C.) 

Dickinson 

(W.B., F.E.D.) 



Brewer 

(B.C.) 

Lord Uffington 

(B.B.) 

Bircham 

(W.E., J.L.J.) 



Pedder 

(J.E.Y.) 

Ainsworth 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Charles George Milnes, J.P., D.L. 
Eld. son of J. M. G. of Thornes House ; 
1864»-1858» ; Trin. ColU Camb. ; M.A. ; 
3rd CI. Class. Trip. ; called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1866 ; M.P. for Morley Div. 
W. Riding of Yorks 1886-92 ; Chmn. W. 
Riding Rivers Bd. 1893-1903 and W. 
Riding CO. 1893 ; J.P. and D.L. for W. 
Riding of Yorks ; m. Lady Catherine 
Henrietta Wallop, d. of Isaac Newton, 6th 
Earl of Portsmouth. Thornes House, 
Wakefield, and Wenlock Abbey, Salop. 

H. M. . 1869. 



T. A. 



. 1869. 



H. (aft Jeuner-Pust). 



George Hudson. . 1869. 



Robert. Of Graythwaite, Ulverston ; 
son of J. J. R. of Graythwaite ; 1862*- 
1867" ; won Hurdles 1864 ; Eton xi. 1867 ; 
0pp. Wall and Field xi.8 1866 ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; B.A. ; J.P. for Lanes ; m. Eleanor 
Jane, d. of Rev. John Baldwin of Dalton, 
Ulverstone ; died June, 1889. 

William Macalpike-, J.P., D.L. 2nd 
son of J. M.-L. of Dalswinton; 1862'- 
1867': Field xi. 1867; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; 
formerly in the 16th Hussars ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Dumfries ; m. Agnes Louisa 
Georgina, d. of Walter Jervis Long of 
Pershaw House, Hants. Dalswinton, 
Dumfries. 

Reginald John Somerled. 1863»- 
1868'* ; Clerk In the Colonial Office ; m. d. 
of Mr. Justice Grove ; died about 1880. 

Charles. 2nd son of G. P. H. of 
Hainton Hall, Lincoln ; 1863'-1866» ; In 
the Diplomatic Service ; died Sept 16, 1901. 

R.S. . 1859. 



Reginald. 2nd son of P. H. D. of 
Kingweston, Somerton, Somerset; 1864"- 
1867' ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; appointed 
a Committee Clerk in the House of Com- 
mons 1866 ; called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1866 ; Principal Clerk of Com- 
mittees House of Commons. 121 St. 
George's Sq., S.W. 

William Hibberd. Son of — B. of 
Gariogs, Hants ; 1862'-1868* ; Barrister ; 
formerly in the 88th Connaught Rangers ; 
aft. a Factory Inspector. 

William Augustus Frederick, Visct 
Eld. son of William, 2ud Earl of Craven ; 
1862M866* ; Oapt Gren. Gds. ; died anm. 
April 18, 1866. 

Francis Thomas. Son of F. T. B. of 
BurhiU, Walton-on-Thames ; 1853'-1868' ; 
formerly In the R. H. Art, aft Gen.-In8pr. 
Local Govt Bd. ; m. Edith, d, of William 
Parry-Okeden of Tnmworth, Blandford. 
Gwentland, Chepstow. 

A. E. . 1869. 



Col. Richard Henry, J.P. Son of 
J. H. A. of Moss Bank, Bolton; 1863*- 
1867'; 0pp. WaU 1867; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; 
formerly CoL Duke of Lancaster's 0. Yeo.; 
High Sheriff of co. Northampton 1882; 
J.P. for CO. Lancaster ; m. Isabella Mar- 
garet, d. of Rev. John James Vaughan, 
Rector of Gotham, Derby. Moss Bank, 
Bolton ; Smithhills Hall, Bolton, and 
Winwick Warren, Rugby. 



1856.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



35 



Marquis of 
Bowmont 

(KB.) 



Mullings 

Mrs. de E., W.A.C.) 



Tottenham 

(B.O.) 



Mr. Cadogan 

(W.B., R.D.) 



Elvey 

(Home, R.D.) 

Wykeham wa, 

(RD.) 



Atkinson 
(R.D.) 

Middleton mi. 

(E.B.) 

Daw 

(J.B.Y.) 



Bowyer-Smijth 

(W.L.B.) 



Hudson 

(J.B.Y.) 

Beale 

(Mrs. D., W.L.E.) 



James Henry Robert (7th Duke of 
Roxbarghe). Eld- son of James Henry 
Robert, 6th Duke of R. ; 1853'-1867* ; 
Oh. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. for co. Roxburgh 
1870-4; one of H.M.'s Body Guard in 
Scotland ; D.L. for co. Berwick ; m. Lady 
Anne Bmily Spencer-Churchill, d. of John 
Winston, 7th Duke of Marlborough, K.G. ; 
died Oct 23, 1892. 

Arthur Randolph (aft. Randolph). 
Of Bastcourt, Malmesbnry ; son of J. R. M. 
of Bastcourt ; 1863'-1866" ; Capt. 15th 
Hussars ; m. Bellamira, d. of Hon. Francis 
Ward Primrose ; died 1885. 

Julius Airey. 3rd son of 0. T. of 
Ballycurry, Ashford, co. W'icklow ; 1853'- 
1866» ; formerly Lieut 80th Rifles, fift 1st 
Dragoons; m. Miss Gibson of Sydney, 
N. S. W., AustraUa ; died Oct 19, 1891. 

Rt. Hon. George Henry (5th Barl 
Cadogan), K.G. Bid. son of Rt Hon. 
Henry Charles, 4th Barl C. ; 1853»-1858» ; 
0pp. Wall and Field XLs 1868 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; Hon. LL.D. Dublin ; M.P. for 
Bath 1873; Under-Sec. for War 1875 
Under-Sec. for the Colonies 1878-80 ; Lord 
Privy Seal 1886-92 ; Lord-Lieut of Ireland 
1896-1902: 1st Mayor of Chelsea 1900; 
Hon. Col. 6th Bn. R. Fusiliers since 1886 
J.P. for CO.S London, Middlesex, Cam- 
bridge, Suffolk and Norfolk ; m. Lady 
Beatrix Jane Craven, d. of William, 2nd 
Earl of Craven. Culford Holly Bury St. 
EdmundSf and Chelsea House^ Cadogan 
Place, S,W. 

George Htqhmorb. Son of Sir G. B., 
Kt, Mus. Doc., Organist of St George's 
Chapel, Windsor; 1862M858' ; formerly 
clerk in the Admiralty. 

Wbnman Aubrey (aft Wykeham-Mus- 
grave), J.P., D.L. Eld. son of A. W. W. of 
Swalcliffe Park ; 1862M857' ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; formerly Capt Oxfords Mil. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Oxford, High Sheriff 1884 ; 
J.P. for CO. Gloucester ; m. Jane, d. of 
Adml. Hon. George Grey, R.N. Thame 
Park, Thame ; Barnsley Park, Cirencester , 
and Swalcliffe Park, Banbury. 

John Dickinson. 1863'-1867' ; Eton 
vin. 1857 ; won Pulling 1857 ; won Steeple- 
chase 1857 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; formerly 
Capt in the 36th Regt ; died 1871. 



W. P. 



1859. 



I 



George Ba ynton, J.P. Son of G. T. D. of 
Colston Bassett, Nottingham ; 1862»-1856=* ; 
Trin. Hall Camb. ; J.P. for Notts; m. 
Martha, d. of Robert Mackay of Fort 
William. Spean Lodge, Spean- Bridge, 
R.S. 0. , Inverness-shire. 

I Sir Wiij:.iam, I2tli Bt Eld. son of Sir 
I W. B.-S., 11th Bt, of Hill Hall ; 1853'- 
I 1856" ; ent Diplomatic Service 1858 ; Sec. 
' of Legation at Yeddo 1881, ret 1882 ; 
J.P. for Essex, High Sheriff 1889. Hill 
Hall, Theydon Mount, Epping, and 4 Nerfill 
Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

William Henry. 1864'-1868* ; formerly 
in the 16th Regt, aft Maj. Woolwich Vol. 
Art 

Daniel Chauncey. Eld. son of T. B. B. 
of Brett€nham Park, Ipswich ; 1854='-1869' ; 
Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple ; died 1877. 



Luttrell 

(T.H.S., J.E.Y.) 

Eoyds 

(Mrs. D., R.D.) 



Mr. JN^ortli 

(R.D.) 



Entwisle mi, 

(A.F.B.) 



Lower Division. 



Reginald Fownks. 4th sou of Col. 
F. F. L. of Kilve Court and Wootton House, 
Somerset ; 1863M867' ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; 
died of consumption at Torquay 1866. 

Cait. Clement Robert Nuttall (aft 
Beswicke-Royds). Of Falinge, Rochdale ; 
eld. son of A. H. R. of Falinge ; 1863»- 
1866=' ; formerly in the 4th Dragoon Gds., 
aft. Capt. 3rd Bn. E. Lanes Regt ; m. 
Mary Alice Gibson, rf. of John Halliwell 
Beswicke of Pyke House. Pyke House, 
Littleborough, Manchester. 

Hon. Charles. 3rd son of Rev. Francis, 
6th Barl of Guilford ; 1854'-1856=' ; for- 
merly Lieut. Rifle Bgde. ; m. Amy Louisa, 
d. of Rev. J. T. Maine of Brighton Wood, 
Hants ; killed out hunting Nov. 10, 1871. 

Richard. Son of W. E. of Rusholme 
House, near Manchester ; 1854'-1856' ; 
Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; called to the Bar ; died 
unm. Oct 4, 1904. 



Follett 

(B.C. & Mrs. de R., B.C. 
& E.D.S.) 

Durnford 

(J.W.H. & F.E.D., aft 
K.S., F.B.D.) 

Benyon 

(J.L.J.) 

Wilson 

(K.S.) 

Young mi. 

(J.L.J.,aftK.S.,J.L.J.) 

Duncombe ma. 

(P. v., W.J.) 



E. C. 



R. 



. 1869. 



1859. 



Henry. 1854»-1858» ; died 1861. 



G. H. D. 



A. S. W. 



1859. 



Egerton ma. 

(F.E.D.) 



Blake 

(W.L.E.) 

Boyle ma. 

(F.E.D.) 



Morgan 

(A.F.B.) 



Arthur, J.P., D.L. 2ud sou of Adml. 
Hon. A. D. of Kiln wick Percy, Beverley : 
1853'-1857" ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. : M.A. ; caUed 
to the Bar, Lincohi's Inn, 1867 ; M.P. for 
Howdeushire Div. of E. Riding of Yorks 
1885-92 ; J.P. and D.L. for N. and E. Ridings 
of Yorks ; C.A. for N. Riding, and Chmn. 
of E. Riding Qr. Sessions ; m. Katharine 
Henrietta Maria, d. of Henry John Mil bank 
of Newsham, Yorks. Sutton Hall, Easing- 
tcold. 

Sir Edwin Henry, K.C.B., G.C.M.G. 
3rd son of Rev. T. E., Rector of Middle, 
Shrewsbury ; 1864M868'' ; ent Diplomatic 
Service 1859 ; Sec. of Legation, Buenos 
A-yres 1879, Athens 1881 ; Consul-Gen. 
Egypt 1884 ; Sec. of Embassy, Constanti- 
nople 1885, Paris 1886 ; Envoy Extra, and 
Min. Plen. to King of the Hellenes 1892- 
1904 ; H.M.'s Ambassador to the Court of 
Italy since 1904; m. Olga, d. of Prince 
Nicholas Lobanow Rostowski of Lobanoro, 
Russia, and widow of M. Michel Katkoff. 
British Embassy, Rome. 

Cecil Augustus. 1853''-1857'' ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Barrister, Home Circuit 

Col. Gerald Edmund. Eld. son of Hon. 
J. B. ; 1854'-1858' ; Col. Comm. 4th Bn. 
Rifle Bgde. (ret) : aft Comm. Western 
Counties Vol. Infty. Bgde. ; m. 1st, Lady 
Elizabeth Theresa Pepys, d. of Charles 
Christopher, 1st Earl of Oottenham ; 2nd, 
Hermione Annie, d. of J. C. A. Houghton of 
Sparnon, Torquay. 48 (lueerCs GaXe 
Terrace, S.W. 

Hon. Arthur John. 4th son of Charles 
Morgan Robinson, 1st Lord Tredegar, of 
Tredegar Park, Newport, Mon. ; 1853'- 
1867' ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Mon. ; J.P. for 
CO. Brecon ; died unm. Nov. 9, 1900. 



36 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1856. 



Morgan 

(J.L.J.) 

Monck 

(Miss E., E.B.) 

Mr. Lyttelton 

(B.C. & W.E., E.C. 
W.J.) 

Lord A. Cecil 

(B.B.) 



Law 

(K.S., W.L.E.) 

Baillie 

(F.E.D) 

Kindersley ma, 

(E.C.) 



Lord Rendlesham 

(B.B.) 



St. Aubyn 

(F.E.D.) 



Butterworth 

(P.E.D.) 

Croft 

(F.V., aft. K.S., W.J.) 

Hall-Dare 

(R.D.) 



Mr. Somerville 

(W.L.E.) 



Mr. Hervey 

(E.B.) 

CoUings 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Edward Delhar. Sou of E. J. M. of 
St. Petersburg; 1864'-1867» ; m. Bertha 
Jardine, d. of Richard Thomas. 15 Roland 
Gds., Brompton, S.W. 

VV. B. . 1869. 



C. G. (Visct. Cobham). 



1859. 



Adelbert Percy. 6th son of Brown- 
low, 2nd Marquis of Exeter ; 1854»-1858» ; 
formerly Lieut in the Rifle Bgde. ; 
drowned in crossing Lake Ontario June 12, 



W. 



1859. 



James Baron. Sou of W. H. B. of 
Duntesborne Abbots, Cirencester ; 1863'- 
ISSe'' ; served in the 78th Highlanders ; 
died unm. 1868. 

Henry Wasey Sbxtus. Sou of N. W. K. 
of the Madras Civil Service ; 1863'-1866» ; 
formerly Capt. in the 29th Regt., aft. 
Paymaster 99th Regt. ; H.M. Inspr. of 
Factories for the S.E. District of Scotland ; 
m. Helen Maria, d. of Col. J. D. O'Brien of 
the 70th Regt JScotstoun, South Queetu- 
ferry. 

Frederick William Brook (6th Lord). 
Son of Frederick, 4th Lord R ; 1863»- 
1857' ; 0pp. Wall and Field xi.s 1867 ; Ch. 
Oh. Oxf. ; formerly Maj. W. Suffolk Yeo. 
Cav. ; Hon. Col. 3rd Bgde. Eastern Div. 
R.A. since 1887 ; M.P. for E. Suffolk 
1874-86 ; J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk, High 
Sheriff 1870 ; m. Lady Egidia, d. of Archi- 
bald William, I3th Earl of Eglinton. 
Rendlesham Hedly Woodhridge. 

Rev. Edmund, hih son of Sir E. St A., 
1st Bt, of St Michael's Mount Marazion, 
Cornwall ; 1863»-1868' ; New CtolL Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; Wells Theo. Coll. ; Curate of Sher- 
ford, Devon, 1866-8, Tredingtou, Shipston- 
on-Stour, 1869-71, Lexden, Colchester, 
1871-2; Rector of Stoke-Fleming, Dart- 
mouth, 1873-90 ; Vicar of Grazeley, Read- 
ing, 1890-6 ; Rector of Babworth since 
1895 ; m. Alice Mary, d. of Arthur 
Bastard Eastabrook Holdsworth of Widdi- 
combe House, Devon. Babworth Rectory^ 
Retford. 

R.W. . 1869. 



H. H. S. 



1859. 



Robert Westley. Of Newtownbarry 
House, CO. Wexford. Eld. sou of 
R. W. H.-D. of Fifez Walters, Essex ; 1866'- 
1868' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Wexford, High Sheriff 1872 ; J.P. for 
CO. Oarlow, High Sheriff 1868 ; m. Caroline 
Susan Heurietta, d. of Henry Newton of 
Mount Leinster Lodge, co. Carlow ; died 
of fever at Rome March 18, 1876. 

Hon. Hugh (18th Lord Somerville). 
Eld. son of Adml. Kenelm Somerville, 17th 
Lord S. ; 1863»-1867»; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; 
Lieut Warwicks Yeo. ; killed out hunting 
Nov. 17, 1868. 

Aft Lord J. W. N. Hervey. 

. 1859. 

Henry Hyatt. Sou of D. H. C, 
Barrister-at-Law ; 1863'-1868» ; Eton viii. 
1858 ; Field xi. 1857 ; Trin. CtolL Camb. ; 
Camb. VIII. 1861-2; formerly Capt 4th 
Hussars ; died May 9, 1902. 



Streatfeild 

(Mrs. de R., W.A.C.) 

Poynter ma, 

(J.L.J.) 



Wynne ma, 

(W.A.C.) 

Speirs 

(E.C.) 



Hussey 



(F.B.D.) 



Pepys mi, 

(J.E.Y.) 



Goldney ma, 

(F.E.D.) 

Thesiger 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Baker ma, 

(W.E., R.D.) 

Lane-Fox mi, 

(F.E.D.) 



Hornby 

(J.L.J.) 



Hopwood 

(E.B.) 

Saunders 

(R.D.) 

Smith mi. 

(J.L.J.) 



Clayton 

(Miss G., A.F.B.) 



George Saville. Son of Gen. C. S., 
R.B., of Langton, Tunbridge Wells ; 1862'- 
1868' ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; dead. 

Rbntone George Felix. Son of T. P. 
of Doctors* Ck)mmon8 ; 1864»-1866* ; 
formerly Capt R. FusiUers ; served in the 
Indian Mutiny and in CSiina ; m. Loraiue 
Wilkinson ; dead. 

C. A. (aft Wynne-Finch). 

. 1869. 

Archibald Alexander. Of Elderslie 
Bouse, Renfrew. Son of A. S. cf Elderslie 
House; 1853*-1867 ' ; formerly Capt in 
the Scots Gds. ; M.P. for co. Renfrew 
1866-8 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Renfrew ; 
m. Lady Anne Pleydell-Bouverie, d. of 
Jacob, 4th Earl of Radnor ; died Dec. 30, 
1868. 

Rev. Byre William. 1863' -1868"; 
Eton viii. 1867-8 ; won Pulling 1868 ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Pucklechurch, 
Bristol, 1863-6 ; Vicar of Lyneham, Chip- 
penham, 1866-87 ; Rector of Bromsberrow, 
Ledbury, 1887-1900. 

Henry. Son of E. P. of 20 Portland 
Place, W. ; 1862»-1867' ; Oriel CtoU. Oxf. ; 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn ; m. 
Melaine, d. of Sir Richard Jenkins, G.C.B., 
and widow of W. Vansittart, M.P. for 
Windsor. St. Jame*' Club, 106 PiceadUly, 
W. 

George. Son of S. A. G. of Langley, 
Slough; 1864'-1867»; died in AustraUa 
1867. 

Hon. Edward Peirson, C.B. 6th sou 
of Rt Hon. Frederick, Ist Lord Chelms- 
ford; 1864»-1868'; Clerk in the Parlia- 
ment Office 1862 ; Sec. of Presentations to 
Successive Lord Chancellors 1866-90; 
Clerk Assist of the Parliaments since 
1890 ; m. Georgina Mary, d. of William 
Bruce Stopford-Sackville. Woodrough, 
Bramley, GuUdford, and 142 Sloane St., 
8.W. 

G. E. L. . 1869. 



James Thomas Richard, J.P., D.L. 2nd 
son of G. L.-F. of Bramham Park ; 1849'- 
1867' ; Greu. Gds. 1868-68 ; ret as Capt ; 
J.P. and D.L, for W. Riding of Yorks ; 
m. Lucy Frances Jane, d. of Humphrey 
St John-Mildmay. Bramham Park, 
Boston Spa, R.S.O., Yorks, and 26 Upper 
Orosvenor Street, W. 

Edmund Geoffrey Stanley, J.P., 
D.L. Son of E. G. H. of Dalton Hall : 
1862»-1867» ; Eton XL 1866-7 ; Trin. Hall 
Camb. ; LL.B. ; formerly Hon. Maj. 1st 
R. Lanes Mil.; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Lancaster ; J.P. for Westmorland. Dalton 
Hall, Burton, Westmorland, 



F.B. 



1869. 



Kenrick Francis. 1864'-1857' ; dead. 



Walter Caradoc. 2iid son of G. R. S. 
, of Selsdon House, Croydon ; 1864*-1866' ; 
formerly in the Rifle Bgde. ; died unm. 
March 13, 1876. 

I George Augustus. 2nd son of R. R. C. 

I of Hedgerley Park, Stoke Poges, Bucks ; 
1864'-1867» ; won Double Sculling 1867 ; 
formerly in the War Office ; m. Elizabeth, 
d. of Henry Gk)dbere of Dawlish. Hill 
Crest, NorthdowH Avenue, CliftonvaU, 

I MargaXe. 



1856.] 



UPPER SCHOOL— FIFTH FORM. 



37 



Cart Wright 
Ponsonby 

(W.B.M.) 



Elwes 

(F.E.D.) 

Earl Brownlow 

(A.F.B) 



Burmester 

(K.S., J.KY.) 

Gibbs 

(K.S., w.A.a & W.W.) 



Horsbrugh 

(K.S., R.D.) 

Austen Leigh min. 

(K.a, W.A.O. & E.D.S.) 

Churton mi, 

(K.S., W.B.M. & B.W.) 

Bourne 

(W.L.E.) 



Brownrigg nm, 

(F.V., WJ.) 



Mr. Abbot 

(A.F.B.) 



Stevvart Da vies, aft. Enert. 1864'- 
1856' ; won Doable Scalling 1866 ; for- 
merly Capt 16th Hassars ; ret. 1868 ; dead. 

CHAMBRfc Bradazon. Of Kilcooley, 
Tlmrles, co. Tipperary ; son of Oapt 
T. H. P. of Kilcooley ; 1861»-1867» ; 
formerly Lieut lOtb Hassars ; J.P. for 
CO. Tipperary ; m. Hon. Mary Eliza 
Sophia Plankett, d. of Edward, 16th Lord 
Dausany ; died Dec. 9, 1884. 

J. B. H. G. . 1859. 



John William Spencer Egbrton Gust 
(2Dd Earl). Eld. son of John Hame, Visct. 
Alford and grandson of John, Ist Earl B. ; 
1854M868* ; Prince Consort's Italian Prize 
1858 ; Gh. Gh. Oxt ; died at Mentone Feb. 
20, 1867. 



P. G. 



. 1869. 



Joseph Hucks. 3rd son of Rev. J. G. 
of Clifton Hampden, Abingdon ; 1866'- 
1868"; Eton XL 1858; Coll. Wall 1867; 
Sch. of Qaeeu's Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Union 
Bank Director and Merchant ; m. Mary 
Rider, d. of Bicbard Bndd, M.D., of Barn- 
staple ; died March 23, 1886. 

BoTD. Son of B. H.,Sargeon, of Homer- 
ton, N.K ; 1863»-1867' ; formerly in the 
Madras Civil Service. 



W. 



1859. 



Horner 

(W.R, F.B.D.) 



Rkv. Caxox George Hugh, D.C.L. 
Son of R. B. B. of Donhead, Salisbary ; 
1865'-1869* ; C. C. G. Oxf. D.C.L. ; Curate 
of Sandford-on-Tliames 1863-6 ; Head 
Master of St. Andrew's Ghardstock, Chard, 
1866-74 ; Chap, to Bp. of Bloemfontein 
1870-98 ; Warden of St. Edmund's, Salis- 
bary, 1874-86 ; Sab-Dean of Salisbury 
Cathedral 1887-1901 ; Canon and Treasurer 
of Salisbury Cathedral since 1901. The 
College^ ScUisburif. 

Rev. Ganox John Studholmk. Eld. 
son of Gen. J. S. B., G.B., Gren. Gds., of 
Ashford, MidiUesex ; 1863M857''; Prince 
Consort's German Prize 1856 ; Sell, of 
Magd. Coll. Gamb. ; M.A. ; 3rd CI. Theo. 
Exam. ; Curate of Wenden Lofts 1864-6 ; 
Yicar of Broad Town, Wooten Bassett, 
1866-8 ; Rector of Monlsoe, Bucks ; Canon 
of Bangor ; Org. Sec. of tlie National Soc. 
1883-91 ; Sec. of the National Soc. since 
1891 ; m. Mary Jemima, d. of Rev. Charles 
William Selby-Lowndes, Rector of North 
Crawley, Newport Pagnell. Naiional 
Societff's Office^ Sanctuary^ Weitmiiutery 
&ir., and 127 St. George's Rd,, S.W. 

Hon. Reginald Charles Edward (3rd 
Lord Colchester), F.S.A., F.R.G.S., J.P., 
D.L. Son of Rt Hon. Adml. Charles (2ud 
Lord G.) ; 1866«-1868» ; Gh. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
StHiihope Hist Essay 1861 ; 1st CI. Lit 
Hum. : 1st CI. Mod. Hist and Fellow of 
All Souls' Coll. Oxf. 1863 ; called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1867 ; Examiner in Law and 
Hist Oxf. 1869; Mem. of Standard's 
Gommn. 1868-70 ; Charity Commr. 1880-3 ; 
London Sch. Bd. 1891-4 ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Sussex ; J.P. for Berks ; m. Lady Isabella 
Grace Maude, d. of Comwallis, Ist Earl de 
Montalt jSr. Bruno^ Sumtingdaley Ascoty 
and Forest Jiow, East Orimtead. 

J. F. P. . 1869. 



Jeudwine 

(T.H.S., C.O.J.) 

Fisher 

(J.W.H. & W.B.M.) 



B ramley-Moore 

(R.D.) 



Clowes mi, 

(F.E.D.) 



Sanderson mi, 

(B.C.) 



w. w. 



. 1869. 



Neave ma, 

(J.L.J.) 



Biuxner 

(J.W.H., KG. & W.W.) 

Lubbock mi. 

(Miss G., E.C. & J.L.J.) 

Mr. Dawson ma. 

(A.F.B.) 



Coore 

(W.W.) 

Partington 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Eraser 
Deedes 

(Miss E., G.G.J.) 

Kenrick 

(F.KD.) 

St. Quintin 

(W.B.M.) 

Oliver mi. 

(W.E., E.B.) 



Richard Chester, J.P. Son of R. F. of 
HiU Top ; 1853'-1868' ; Gh. Gh. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
Barrlster-at-Law ; J.P. for Snssex ; m. 
Kate, d. of Richard Ck)bden, M.P. HUl 
Top, Midhurst. 

John Arthur. Son of J. B.-M. of 
Langley Lodge, Gerrard's Cross, Bucks ; 
1864'-1866' ; BraziUan Merchant ; m. 
Annie Ellen, d. of Joseph William Moore : 
died July 10, 1899. 

Rev. George. Son of G. C. ; 1864*- 
1866' ; Trin. Ck)ll. Gamb. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Ch. Gh., Surbiton, 1864-70; Vicar of Ford- 
combe, TunbridgeWells,'1870-87 ; Rector of 
Hayes since 1887 ; m. Frances Louisa, d. of 
Archibald Bums. The Rectory, Hayes, 
8.O., Kent. 

Sir Percy, K.C.M.G. 3rd son of R. S., 
M.P. for CJolchester 1831-47 ; 1856'-1857» ; 
Lieut R. Madras Art 1869 ; Appointed to 
R. H. Art 1864 ; A.D.G. to Sir WilUam 
Deuison, Gov. of Madras, 1866-6 ; 3rd Gl. 
Commissary of Ordnance 1866 ; Acting 
A.D.G. to Lord Napier, Gov. of Madras 
1868 ; Acting 1st Gl. Ck>mmissary of Ord., 
Fort (jteorge, 1868 ; ret 1870 ; Consul at 
Galatz 1876 ; Consul-Gen. for Roumania 
and Commr. for the Navigation of the 
Danube 1882; Acting Charge d' Affaires 
at Bucharest at intervals in 1881 and 
1883-6 ; C!on.-Gr€n. at New York since 
1894. British Consulate General, New York. 

Rev. William Alexander. Sou of 
W. A. N. of Gidea Hall, Romford ; 1866*- 
1868' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Curate of Branston, 
Lincoln, 1876-9 ; m. Frances Mary, d. of 
Charles Saunders of Carr Hall, Whitby ; 
died Oct 2, 1879. 

Edward ArkwAight. Son of Rev. 
G. B. B,, of Thurlaston Rectory, Hinckley ; 
1862«-1868' ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; called to 
the Bar ; m. Alice Lindon. 

F. . 1869. 



Hon. Vesey (2nd Earl of Dartrey). 
Eld. son of Richard, 1st Earl of D., K.P. ; 
1866'-1867-' ; Lieut-Col. in the Coldstream 
Gds., ret 1876 ; M.P. for co. Monaghan 
1866-8 : J.P. and D.L. for co. Monaghan, 
High Sheriff 1878 ; m. Julia Georgiana 
Sarah, d. of Sir Greorge Orby Wombwell, 
4th Bt, of Wombwell, Barnsley. Dartrey 
Castle, Ji.S.O., co. Monaghan, and 10 
Upper Belgrave St., S. W. 

H. M. G. (aft Gale). 

. 1869. 

T. . 1869. 



H. S. 



1869. 



John Gordon. Son of W. H. D. of 
62 Chester Sq., S.W. ; 1866'-1867'* ; Clerk 
in the India Office ; died Dec. 23, 1891. 

WiLiJAM Mapcall. 1856'-1858* ; for- 
merly in the 67th Regt. 

LiEUT.-GoL. Thomas Astell. 1864"- 
1868' ; served with the 10th Hussars in 
Afghan War 1878 ; Lieut-Col. Comm. 8th 
Hussars. Normandy Park, Doncaster. 

James Farquharson. Son of Rev. 
W. M. 0., Rector of Bovinger, Ougar, 
Essex ; 1864*-1856' ; St Peter's Ck)ll. 
Gamb. ; B.A. ; formerly Lieut in the 11th 
R^t ; m. Julia Katharine, d. of Barry 
Squance of Frant, Tunbridge Wells ; died 
Oct 18, 1868. 



38 



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[1866. 



Townsend 

(F.E.D.) 

Hincks 

(J.L.J.) 



Wykeham-Martin 

(W.A.C.) 

Watson 

(B.B.) 



Hotham 

(K.S., K.D.) 

Custance 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 

Hall 

(W.B.M.) 



Wythes 

(W.L.B.) 



Dancombe mi, 

(J.W.H.j 



Barnett 

(W.B., F.B.D.) 

Baskerville ina, 

(Home, W.G.C. & 
W.L.H.) 



Lord Newry 

(A.P.B.) 

Shephard mi. 
(W.A.a) 

Maxwell 

(J.L.J.) 



Robarts ma. 

(W.B., B.B.) 

Smyth 

(P.B.D.) 



Grlennie 

(Miss B., A.P.B.) 



George Byre. 18WM868' ; formerly 
Lieut. R.H. Art ; died 1876. 

Capt. Thomas Cowpbr. Of Terrace 
House, Richmond, Yorks ; sou of T. G. H. 
of Breckenbroagh ; 1863M868' ; Opp. 
Wall 1856-7 ; Mixed Wall aud Field xi.s 
1867 ; formerly Capt. 49th Regt ; J.P. for 
N. Riding of Yorks ; m. Mary E. C., d. of 
Col. H. Stobart, of Btberley House, co. 
Durham ; died March 13, 1902. 

Fairfax. 4th son of C. W.-M. of Leeds 
Castle, Maidstone ; 1866«-1868« ; died at 
Eton Nov. 17, 1868. 

Georqe Lewis. Of Rockingham Castle, 
Uppingham ; son of Hon. R. W. of 
Rockingham Castle ; 1864»-1868' ; formerly 
Lieut. Ist Life Gds. ; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Northampton, High Sheriff 1870; 
J.P. for C0.8 Leicester and Rutland ; m. 
Laura Maria, d. of Rev. Sir John Hobart 
Gulme-Seymour, 2nd Bt., Canon of 
Gloucester and Rector of Berkhampstead 
St. Mary, Herts ; died Dec. 31, 1899. 



F. W. 



A. C. 



. 1869. 



James. Son of J. H., Banker, of Scor- 
borough Hall, Beverley ; 1863»-1866» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; died unm. June 16, 1863. 

George Edward, F.R.G.S. Sou of 
G. W. of Copped Hall, Eppiug, and 
Bickley Hall, Kent; 1863»-1866» ; Trin. 
Coll. Qimb. ; Civil Engineer ; a Verderer 
of Epping Forest ; J.P. for Essex ; m. 1st, 
Catherine Sarah, d. of C. E. Jemmett ; 2nd, 
Rachel, d. of Robert Henty of Nazing, 
Essex ; died 1876. 

Frederick Wiltjam. 3rd son of Adml. 
Hon. A. D. of Kilnwick Percy, Beverley ; 
1863'-1867' ; formerly Capt. Gren. Gds. ; 
m. Lady Katharine, d. of Archibald, 3rd 
Earl of Gosford, K.P. ; died Feb. 6, 1878. 

G. W. . 1869. 



LiEUT.-Cou Herbert Witherstoxe 
Mynors, J.P. Son of T. B. M. B. of Clyro 
Court, Hay, Hereford ; 1864»-1868» ; Lieut- 
Col. Norfolk Regt (ret.); J.P. for co.s 
Hereford and Radnor. BerthddUy Llandi- 
naniy R.S.O.i Montgomeryshire. 



F. C. (Earl of Kihnorey). 
H. H. 



1869. 
1869. 



John William Perceval-. Eld. son 
of R. P. - M. of Fiunebrogue, Down- 
patrick ; 1864»-1868» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; High 
Sheriff for co. Down ; m. Selina Frances 
Imogene, d. of David Stewart Ker of 
Montalto, co. Devon ; died Nov. 21, 1876. 

FiTZROY CiJNTON. Sou of A. G. R., 
Banker in Lombard St., KG. ; 1866'- 
1868» ; died June 17, 1873. 

LiEUT.-CoL. George John Fitzroy. 
Eld. son of J. G. S. of Heath Hall ; 1864'- 
1868' ; formerly Lieut-Col. Coldstream 
Gds. Ileath Holly Wakefield, and 6 Lotter 
Orosvenor Place, S. W. 



W. H. 



1869. 



Hobbs 

(T.H.S.,W.G.C.&W.W.) 

Pitman 

(K.S., C.W.) 

Edmunds 

(C.W.) 



Eowley 

(W.E., R.D.) 



Parry 

(W.E., R.D.) 

Wat kins 
(j.w.n.) 
Huddleston 

(K.S., W.W.) 

Wood 

(J.W.H.) 



Oldham 

(J.L.J.) 

Fenwick 

(J.W.H. & W.B.M.) 



Earl of Diinniore 

(A.F.B.) 



Coventry 

(A.F.B.) 



Hicks- Beach 

(F.E.D.) 



Eushout 

(A F.B.) 



J. W. FEAR8B-. 



Samuel Ooulson Bell. Son of S. P. 
of Fareham ; 1866 '-1867' ; went to live in 
France. 

Thomas Wentworth Martin-. Of 
Worsbro' Hall, Bamsley ; eld, son of 
W. B. Martin, of Worsbro' ; 1864»-1868» ; 
formerly Lieut. 60th Rifles ; J.P. and D.L. ; 
died unm. from the effects of a fall from 
his horse, Nov. 16, 1866. 

Conwy Grenvillb Hercui^bs (aft. 
Rowley-Conwy). Of Bodrhyddan, Rhu- 
ddlan. Flints ; son of Hon. R. T. R. ; 
1864M857'; formerly Capt 2nd Life 
Gds. ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Flint, High 
Sheriff 1876 ; m. Marion, d. of Frederick 
P. Harford of Down Place, Berks ; died 
Jan. 18, 1900. 

Charles Clinton. Eld. son of T. G. P. 
of Highnam Court, Gloucester; 1864'- 
1867» : Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; died July 7, 1883. 

W. H. . 1869. 



T.J. 



1869. 



Maj.-Gen. Edward Alexander, C.B. 
Eld. son of Sir C. A. W., Kt, Commr. of 
Emigration; 1863'-1866» ; in the 10th 
Hussars : served in Afghanistan and 
commanded 10th Hussars in the Soudan ; 
Commr. at Shorncliffe ; m. Janet, d. of 
Caledon Dupre Alexander of Sutton Place, 
Guildford ; died May 22, 1898. 

Rev. John Basil. 1866*-1866» ; went 
to Marlborough where he was in the xi. 
1862 ; Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
St Michael's, Highgate, N., 1867-9, St 
James's, Westminster, 1869-71 ; died 1871. 

Thomas Fenwick, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
E. M. Reid(aft Fenwick) of Burrow Hall ; 
1862»-1868' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, 1869 (ret) ; J.P. aud 
D.L. and Chmn. of Qr. Sessions for Lanes 
and J.P. for vV'estmorland and W. Riding 
of Yorks ; m. Mary, d. of John Dugdale of 
Llwyn, Llanfeyllin, co. Montgomery. 
Burrow Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, 

Charles Adolphus (7th Earl), F.R.G.S. 
Son of Alexander Edward, 6th Earl of D. ; 
1864»-1867» ; a Lord in Waiting to Queen 
Victoria 1874-80; formerly Capt Scots 
Fusilier Gds., aft Lord-Lieut of co. 
Stirling ; Hon. Col. 1st Vol. Bn. Cameron 
Highlrs. ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Inverness ; 
m. Lady Gertrude Coke, d. of Thomas 
William, 2ud Earl of Leicester, K.G. Isle 
of Harris, Inverness-shire, and 66 Lancaster 
Gate, W. 

Henry Amelius Beauclerk. Eld. son 
of Hon. H. A. C. ; 1864'-1867' ; formerly 
Capt Gren. Gds. ; m. Lady Evelyn Mary, 
d. of William, 2nd Earl of Craven, and 
widow of George John Brudenell-Bruce ; 
died June 29, 1886. 

William Frederick, J.P. 2nd son of Sir 
M. H. H.-B., 8th Bt, M.P., of WiUiamstrip 
Park, Gloucester; 1864»-1867» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; J.P. and C.A. for co. Gloucester ; 
m. 1st, Elizabeth Caroline, d. of Thomas 
Tyrwhitt-Drake of Shardeloes, Amersham ; 
2nd, Susan, d. of Adml. Henry Christian. 
WhUcomh Park, Gloucester. 

Sir Charles Fitzgeraij), 3rd Bt 
Of Sezincot, co. Gloucester ; 2nd son of 
Sir C. R., 2nd Bt,of Sezincot ; 1864"-1867' ; 
Opp. Wall 1867 ; formerly Capt in the 
R.H. Gds. ; m. Marie Alice Wentworth, 
d. of David Penuet ; died May 26, 1879. 



1856.] 



UPPEit SCHOOL-EIETH POEM AND EEMOVE. 



39 



Marquis of Tulli- 
bardine 

(W.B., F.B.D.) 



Lacon 

(J.E.Y.) 



Mr. Marsham 

(E,B.) 



Wilmer 



Windham 

(KB.) 

Pilcher 

(P. v., W.J.) 

Mr. Fitzwilliam ma, 

(Miss M., J.L.J.) 



Mr. Kinnaird 

(J.W.H. & A.P.B., 
A.F.B.) 

Daman 

(S.T.H., aft. K.S.,P.E.D.) 

Burr mi, 

(O.W.) 

Norman mi, 

(Mrs. D., W.B.M. & 
B.W.) 

Wood mi, 

(P. v., W.J.) 

Jenkyns mi, 

(W.E.,E.B.) 

Hodges 

(P.E.D.) 

Dallas 

(T.H.S., O.CJ.) 



John James Hugh Henrt (7th Dake 
of AthoU), K.T. Son of Gteorge Angastns 
Prederick John, 6th Dake of A., K.T. ; 
1863»-1866' ; formerly Capt. Scots Fusilier 
GklB. ; Lord-Lieut, of co. Perth 1878 ; 
m. Louisa, d. of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, 
7th Bt., of Moncreiffe, co. Perth. Blair 
Caatle, Blair AthoU; Duukeld, Perthshire^ 
and 84 EaXon Place, & W. 

Sir Edmund Broughton Knowiks, 
4th Bt. Of Ormesby House, Gt Yarmouth ; 
eld. sou of Sir E. H. K. L., 3rd Bt, of 
Ormesby House ; 1856'-1867'' ; formerly in 
the B. Welsh Fusiliers and Lieut-Col. 
4th Bn. Norfolk Regt. ; J.P. for Norfolk, 
High Sheriff 1892 ; m. Ist, Henrietta Jiilia, 
d. of Sir Robert John Harvey Harvey, 
Ist Bt, of Crown Point, Trowse, Norfolk ; 
2nd, Florence Amelia, d. of Morgan Hugh 
Foster, C.B., of Brickhill, Beds ; died 
Aug. 11, 1899. 

Henrt Chudleigh. 3rd son of B.W. of 
Reydon Hall, Wangford, Suffolk ; 1862'- 
1868» ; formerly Lt 86th Lieut Infty. ; m. 
Ida Julia, d. of Forest Goring ; died 
Deo. 17, 1882. 

WiLUAM Frederick. Of Pelbrigge 
Hall, Norfolk ; 1854'-1866» ; died 1866. 

Arthur. Son of J. P. of Worthing ; 
1849»-1861«, entd. again 1864»-1867' ; Law- 
yer ; m. Miss Holyoake ; dead. 

Hon. William Went worth- (Visct 
Milton). Eld. son of William Thomas Spen- 
cer, 6th Earl PitzwlUiam, K.G., of Weut- 
worth House, Rotherham ; 1862»-1866» ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. for S.W. Riding 
of Yorks ; m. Laura Maria Theresa, d. of 
Lord Charles Beauclerk ; died Jan 17, 1877. 



EEMOVE. 

Hon. and Rev. John. 2nd son of 
Charles, 3rd Earl of Romney ; 1854'-! 867" ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxt and Downing Coll. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; Curate of Middleton - Stoney, 
Bicester, 1866-7, Sutton-ln-Ashfleld, Not- 
tingham, 1867-8 ; Rector of Barton 
Segrave since 1868 ; m. Penelope Jane, 
d. of Rev. William Whelep Hume, Incumb. 
of St. Mary Magdalene, St Leonards- 
on-Sea. Barton Seagrave Rectory, Kettering. 

Hon. Charles Fox (Master of Kin- 
naird). 2ud son of George William Fox, 
9th Lord Kinnaird, K.T. ; 1862»-1857" ; 
died at Naples, March 30, 1860. 

H. . 1859. 



Edward. 2nd son of D. H. D. B. of 
Aldermaston Court, Berks; 1855M858' ; 
formerly in the 60th Rifles, aft Sheep 
Farming in Argentine Republic ; died 1875. 



P. 



Hon. H. J. L. 



R. 
H. 



1859. 



. 1859. 
. 1859. 



Sir George Edward, "3rd Bt, P.R.G.S. 
Eld. son of Sir R. C. D., 2nd Bt ; 1855'- 
1858» ; aft Heidelberg, Dresden and Paris ; 
appointed Clerk in the Foreign Office 1863 ; 
late Chief Clerk of the Foreign Office ; m. 
Felicia Mary, d. of Rev. Canon George 
Earle Welby, Rector of Barrow by, Gran- 
tham. 36 Eaton Sq., S. W. 



Messiter 

(Miss E., W.B.M.) 

Hollingworth mi. 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 

Nefeiield 

(Mrs. D., F.E.D.) 



Dupuis 

(K.S., A.P.B.) 

Wilbraham 

(F.E.D.) 



Eoster-Pigott 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.E.) 



Hope-Johnstone 

CJ.L.J.) 

Sir E. Hamilton 

(Mrs. v., W.L.H.) 

Cuninghame 

(Mrs. v., A.F.B.) 



Vytier 

(Miss G., F.E.D.) 



Heming 

(W.B.M.) 



Hamilton 

(Miss E., B.B. <b B.W.) 

Sir F. Johnstone 

(F.V., W.L.H.) 



Eyre 

(F.E.D.) 

Smith 

(J.W.H. & J.L.J.) 

Stanley 



Charles Alston, dbn of T. M. of 
Barwick Park, Yeovil ; 1856'-1866'» ; lives 
abroad ; m. Miss Bayard. 

F. . 1869. 



Arthur Markham. Son of W. A. N. 
of 3 York Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. ; 
1855»-1857»; m. Katherine, d. of Arthur 
Powell of Milton Heath, Dorking ; was 
tlirown from a horse and killed in Loudon 
1874. 



E. J. G. 



1869. 



LiEUT.-CoL. Arthur Bootle-. Eld. son 
of CoL Hon. E. B.-W. of the Coldstream 
Gds. ; 1855' - 1868' ; formerly Lieut 
Coldstream Gds., aft Lieut-Col. l9t Vol. 
Bn. Manchester Regt ; m. Elizabeth Jane, 
d. of John Jardine, of Rockhampton, 
Queensland ; died May 21, 1897. 

CAPr. George Edward Graham. Son 
of a. H. G. F.-P., of Abuigton Pigotts, 
Cambridge ; 1864«-1856» ; formerly Capt 
Scots Greys ; ret 1871 ; m. Blanche, d. of 
Thomas Butts, Grentleman-at-Arms. Con- 
servative Club, 74 St. James' St., S. W. 

J. J. . 1859. 



Sir E. a., Bt 



1869. 



Charles Edward Harris (aft Edmou- 
stoune-Cranstoun). Of Corehouse, Lanark ; 
4th son of J. C. of Lanishaw, co. Ayr ; 
1855"-1868» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. Edith Mary, 
d. of Charles William Edward Jerningham 
of Painswick, Stroud, Glos ; died 1888. 

Capt. Robert Charles de Grey, D.L. 
3rd son of H. V. of Newby Hall ; 1865"- 
1868" ; in the Gren. Gds. 1869-65 ; D.L. for 
N. Riding of Yorks and co. Chester, High 
Sheriff 1893 ; m, Eleanor Margaret, d. of 
Rev. Slingsby Duncombe Shafto. Fairfield 
Stud Farm, Skelton, York; A'euby Ball, 
Hipon ; Tupholme Hall, Bardney, Lincoln ; 
Chdteau Ste-Anne, Cannes, France; Coombe 
Hurst, Kingston Bill, S.W., and Park 
Lodge, Park Place, Knightsbndge, S. W, 

Samuel Bracebridoe. Son of D. H. 
of Lindley Hall, Leicesters ; 1852»-1864», 
entd. again 1866»-1857« ; author ; J. P. and 
D. L ; married ; died Sept 17, 1901. 



H. B. 



. 1859. 



Sir Frederick John William, 8th Bt, 
D.L. Eld. son of Sir G. F. J., 7th Bt, of 
Westerhall ; 1863»-1868' ; 0pp. and Mixed 
Wall and Field xi.s 1858 ; Keeper of the 
Field 1858 ; won Steeplechase 1858 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; M.P. for Weymouth 1874-85 ; 
D.L. for Dorset, High Sheriff 1889 ; m. 
Laura Caroline, d. of William Russell, 
and widow of Seymour, 4th Earl of 
Wilton. WeHerhall, Langholm, and 9 
Arlington St., Piccadilly, W. 



F. H. D. 



A.T. 



1859. 



1859. 



Lieut.-Col. Charles Edward Henry. 
Eld. son of Lieut-Col. Hon. C. J. F. S. of 
the Gren. (Ms. ; 1852M859' ; formerly in 
the Gren. Gds. : m. Frederica Lucy, d. of 
Capt Phipps John Hornby, R.E. Penny 
Bridge, Ulverston, 



40 



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[1856. 



Duke of St. Albans 

(J.W.H. & B.O.) 



Baskerville mi, 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.H.) 

Thorold 

(Miss G., W.L.B.) 



Willis min. 

(T.H.S., W.W.) 



Byron 

(Miss G., W.B.M. & 
B.W.) 

Wykeham mi, 

(R-D.) 
Fonnereau 

(T.H.S., F.B.D.) 



Mr. Wynn 

(W.A.C.) 



Tumor 

(W.B.M.) 



Eaton ma, 

(B.B.) 

Boughey 

(W.A.O.) 

Chapman 

(Mrs. D., W.B.M. & 
B.W.) 

Le Marchant 

(B.B.) 

Lord Brabazon 

(A.P.B.) 

Chapman mi. 

(B.B.) 

Chapman min, 

(B.B.) 



Rt. Hon. Wiluam Amkuus Aubrey de 
Vebe (10th Duke). Son of William 
Aubrey de Vere, 9th Duke of St. A. ; 1862"- 
1867' ; Trin. CJolL Camb. ; formerly Capt. 
of the Yeomen of the Guard and Hon. Col. 
Robin Hood R.V. (V.D.) ; Lord-Lleat of 
Notts ; Hereditary Grand Falconer of 
Bngland and Registrar of the Coart of 
Chancery : D.L. for co. Lincoln ; J.P. for 
CO. Tipperary ; m. Ist, Sybil Mary, d. of 
Lieut-Gen. Hon. Charles Grey ; 2ud, Grace, 
d. of Ralph Bemal Osborne, M.P. ; died 
May 10, 1898. 

B. R. M. . 1859. 



RiGHARa Of Cuxwold Hall, Calstor, 
Lines ; 3rd son of H. T. of Cuxwold ; 
1863»-1867*; In the R.N. 1869-63; 10th 
Hussars 1867-73; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Lincoln ; m. Alice Hamilton, d. of Rev. 
Bdward Basnett Creek, Vicar of Swan- 
more, Bishops- Waltham, Hants, and 
widow of Edward 8. Potter of FuUwood 
Park, near Cheltenham ; died April 26, 1904. 

Rev. Edward Fraxcis. Son of Rev. 
T. W. of Southwlck Rectory, Brighton ; 
1863*-1856" ; BalL CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd 
CI . Class. ; Curate of St. Mary's, Tenby, 
1868-70 ; Vice-Principal of Cuddesdon 
Theo. ColL 1870-80 ; Ist Head of Oxf. 
Mission to Calcutta 1880-7 ; died about 
1898. 

E. . 1859. 



P. J. D. 



Thomas Nbale. Of Christ Church 
Park, Suflfolk ; son of W. C. F. of Christ 
Church Park ; 1854»-1867» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
formerly in the Suflfolk Yeo. ; J.P. for 
Suffolk; m. Blanche Editha, d. of Rev. 
George Pearse, Vicar of Martham, Gt. 
Yarmouth ; died Nov. 1891. 

Hon. Thomas John. Eld. son of 
Spencer Bulkeley, 3rd Lord Newborough ; 
1854*-1858' : formerly in the Rifle Bgde. : 
m. Sybil Anna Katherine, d. of Edwin 
Clorbett, H.M.'s Minister at Athens : died 
Aug. 25, 1878. 

Christopher Hatton. 2nd son of 
C. T. of Stoke Rochford, Grantham ; 1864»- 
1856' ; formerly In the Rifle Bgile. ; m, 
Alice, d. of Hon. Hamilton H. KUlaly of 
Toronto, Canada. Berthorpe, Comptoti, 
Guildford. 

Hon. H. E. . 1859. 



R. 
B. W. 



. 1859. 
. 1859. 



J.G. . 1859. 

B. (Earl of Meath). . 1859. 



H. B. 



1859. 



Spencer. Of Roehampton, S.W. ; 8th 
son of D. B. G. of Downshire House, Roe- 
hampton ; 1855'-1856' ; entd. R.N. 1857 ; 
m. Eleanor Sydney, d, of AdmL Hon. Keith 
Stewart, R.N., C.B. 84 Ecdeston Sg., S. W. 



Hogg 

(^.L.H.). 

Phelips 

(W.A.C.) 

McDouall 

(J.W.H. & R.D.) 



iFraser 

(Mrs. D., F.B.D.) 



Wrench 

(Mrs. D., F.B.D.) 



Eyre 

(W.W.) 



Chamberlayne 

(W.G.C. & W.L.H.) 



Borrer 

(W.E., R.D.) 



Pocklington 

(W.B., R.D.) 

Moore 

(0.W.) 

Allen 

(W.B., R.D. 

Bosanquet 

(Miss E., B.B. & E.W.) 

Birley 

(F,B.D.) 

Round 

(F.KD.) 

Smith 

(O.O.J.) 

Dashwood 

(Mrs. v., A.F.B.) 

Longfield 

(J.L.J.) 

Lloyd 
(R.D.) 

Grore 

(J.E.Y.) 



Bdward. Son of Rev. K H., Rector of 

Fornham St. Martin, Bury St. Edmunds ; 

1863'-1856' ; died about 1866. 
Arthur Robert. 7th son of C. P. of 

Brlgglns Park, near Ware; 1854'-1858* ; 
I Magd. Coll, Camb. ; died 1873. 

Jambs. Of Logan, Mull of Oalloway, 
I near Stranraer ; son of CoL J. McD. of 

Logan ; 1852»-1867" ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
< Wigtown ; m. Agnes, d. of Sir Thomaa 

Buchan-Hepbum, 3rd Bt., of Smeaton- 

Hepbnm, Prestonkirk ; died Oct. 30, 1896. 
Hugh. Of Achnagalm House, co. 

Inverness ; 1854»-1867'' ; Bonn Univ. ; 

formerly Lieut. 7l8t Hlghlrs. ; J.P. and 
' D.L. for CO. Inverness ; m. Florence, d. of 

Edward Hatton Flnch-Hatton of Long 

Stanton, Cambridge ; died July 17, 1903. 
I Henry George. Son of H. W. of 
I The Priory, Old Windsor ; 1864«-1868* ; 
' formerly In the War OflBce ; m. d. of 
, G. Robinson ; died 1884. 
I Arthur Stanhope. 2nd son of Rev. 

C. W. E. of Rampton, SouthweU ; 
I 1854'-1856'' ; an eminent Meteorologist in 
I Prussia ; m. Ist, d of Carl Gnndlna ; 2ud, 
I d. of Wllhelm Hepe, of Uslar. (7$lar, 
I Froviuz Hannover^ Prussia. 

Tankerville, M.P. 2nd son of T. C. 
of Cranbury Park and Weston Grove ; 
1864»-1858»; Magd. ColL Oxf.; B.A. ; 
Hon. Lieut. R.N. Reserves ; M.P. for 
Southampton 1892-6, and since 1900 I tn. 
Edith Rachel, d. of S. J. Ashley of 
Kldllngton, Oxford. Cranbury Fark^ 
Winchester^ and Weston Orove^ South- 
ampton. 

CUFFORD FORTESCUE. Of PickWCll, 

Sussex ; 2nd son of Rev. C. H. B., Rector 
of Hurstplerpolnt, Hassocks, Sussex ; 
1854"-1858'; served in the 60th Rifles 
1860-6, aft. Adjt. of Vol. ; m. Christina 
Sophia, d. of Charles K. Freshfleld, M.P., 
I of Upper Gatton Park ; died 1884. 

D. . 1869. 



G.J. 
H.J. 
B. T. 
E. H. 
J. 
A. D. 



. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1869. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 



Bdward Pelhah. 1856»-1859* 
ColL Oxf. ; B.A. 



Trin. 



R. B. 



1859. 



William Jenissok. 1855»-1867" ; in 
the Pay Office of the Supreme Court of 
Judicature, London. Supreme Court Flag 
Office, Rtffol CourU of Justice, W.C, 

Lieut.-Gen. Edward Arthur. Sou of 
J. G. of Derrymore ; 1853'-1856' ; Inspec- 
tor-Gen. of Army RemoautR 1894-9 ; Ck>l. 
6th Dragoons 1904, Lieat.-G«n. 1900 ; As- 
sist Adjt and Q.M.G. at Liverpool- (ret) ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Clare. Derrymore, 
CCallaghanU Hills, Limer'.el'. 



1856.] 
Groodrich 

CMrs. v., aft K.a, O.W.) 

Young min. 

(Home, aft. K.S., J.L.J.) 

Hildyard 

• (P.B.D.) 



Morrison mi, 

(W.A.O.) 

More-Molyneux 

(K.S., W.L.B.) 

Bulteel 

(K.S., P.E.D.) 

Smith 

(J.L.J.) 

Welby 

(W.B.M.) 

Arbuthnot 

(P.E.D.) 

Jelf mi, 

(J.W.H., E.O. & W.B., 
J.W.H., E.O. <b R.D.) 

Cunningham 

(J.W.H., aft. K.S., 
C,O.J.) 

Bethell 

(F.V., W.J.) 

AUen 

(Miss B., O.W.) 

Mortimer 

(R.D.) 



UPPER SCHOOL— EEMOVE. 



41 



Haydon 

(Miss B., W.L.H.) 



Talbot ma. 

(J.W.H., aft K.S., 
O.O.J.) 

Higginson 
Jeffreys 

(Mrs. v., W.J.) 

Cockerell 

(Mrs. de R., W.A.O.) 

Denison ma. 



H. St A. . 1859. 

B. S. . 1869. 

Thomas Blackbornr Thoroton, J.P. 
Eld. son of T. B. T. H. of Flintham Hall ; 
1866'-1868" ; formerly in the Blfle Bgde. ; 
J.P. for Notts ; m. Eleanor, d. of Rt Hon. 
Henry Arthur Herbert of Muckross, 
Killamey. Flintham Hall, Netpark. 

Allan. 7th son of J. M. of Basildon 
Park, Reading ; 1856'-1859* ; Ball CJoll. 
Oxf. ; 3rd 01. Lit Hum. ; Oxf. viii. 1862, 
3 and 6 ; Pres. O.U.B.C. 1866 ; died 1880. 



H. W. 
0. J. 

S. 0. SPKNCKR-. 

P. J. E. 
R. G. 
R. H. 

P. E. 

Hon. W. J. 
H. T. 



. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 



Pkecy, J.P. Of Ash Park, Overton, 
Whitchurch, Hants ; 2nd son of 0. S. M. 
of Wigmore, Holmwood, Dorking ; 1864'- 
1868» ; Stockbroker (ret) ; J.P. for Surrey ; 
m. Ist, Lucy Burgess, d. of John Gough 
Nichols, P.S.A., of Holmwood Park, Dork- 
ing ; 2nd, Anne, d. of William Woodward 
Doke of Ourrie Hill, Wimbledon. Ricards 
Lodge, Wimbledon, S. W. 

OoL. William Henry, J.P. Son of S. H., 
of Millmead, Guildford ; 1854*-1858» ; Hon. 
Fellow of Bombay Univ. ; in the R.E. 
1864-94 ; J.P. for Wilts ; m. Ellen Sophia, 
d. of Thomas Rishworth. Maidford House, 
Malmesbury, 

Sir a. C, K.C.LE. . 1859. 



Henry Shakspeare. 1854»-1857' ; for- 
merly in the Bengal Art, aft Maj. Royal 
Art 

Marmaduke Darell. Only son of 
M. R. J., of Sedgohill, Wilts ; 1856»-1857' ; 
formerly in theSec.'s Dept at the Admiralty, 
Whitehall, S.W. ; married ; died 1894. 

Henry Wei Lesley. 1865M857* ; entd. 
the Madras Lt Cav. ; died of cholera at 
Bangalore while attached to 1st Dragoon 
Gds, 1860. 

William Evelyn, J.P., D.L. Eld. son 
of Lieut-Gen. Sir W. T. D., K.O.B., Gov.- 
Gen. of AnstraUa; 1856»-1858» ; R. M. 
Academy, Woolwich ; served in the Royal 
Art, ret as Capt 1878 ; M.P. for Notting- 
ham 1874-80; J.P. and D.L. for Notts, 
High SherifiE 1895; m. Lady EUnor 
Amherst, d. of STilliam Pitt 2nd Earl 
Amherst Ossington Holly Newark. 



Grosvenor 

(F.E.D.) 

Poynter mi. 

'(J.L.J.) 

Woodroffe 

(J.L.J.) 

Bell mi. 

(J.W.H.,J.W.H.&E.C.) 

Hardy mi. 

(W.E., E.B.) 



Mr. Needham 

(A.P.B.) 

Ford 

(P. v., W.J.) 

Eaton mi. 

(E.B.) 

Ricardo 

(A.P.B.) 



VanSittart Neale 

(P. v., W.J.) 

Peel 

(W.B.M.) 

Godman 

(W.L.E,) 

Graham 

C vV^.L.E.) 



Speir 

(E.R) 



Mowbray 

(Miss G., O.W.) 

Neave mi. 

(J.L.J.) 

Grant 

(W.E., F.B.D.) 

Freeth ma. 

(J.W.H., aft K.S., 
O.CJ.) 

Kirby 

(J.W.H.,'E.0.& W.W.) 



Hon. T. G. 



1859. 



Leonard Ball Anderson. Son of 
T. P. of Doctors' Oommons ; 1856M868' ; 
formerly Capt in the 16th Foot ; served 
in Canada; deadl 



G. W. P. 



O.G. 



1859. 



1859. 



Col. Hon. Charles Gathornb (aft 
Gathorne-Hardy). 2nd son of Gathome, 
1st Earl Cranbrook; 1854»-1858» ; formerly 
in the 60th Rifles, aft Col. Gren. Gds. 
(ret) ; m. Lady Cecily Louisa Nevill, d. of 
William, 1st Marquis of Abergavenny. 
43 Lennox Gds., Font St., S. W. 

Hon. H. 0. . 1859. 



Charles. 1855*-1867' ; formerly in the 
5th Dragoon (Ms. 

Hon. W. M. (Lord Cheylesmore). 
. 1859. 

David. Eld. son of Capt M. R. of 
Kiddington, co. Oxford ; 1855'-1858» ; Eton 
viii. 1858; formerly Capt 15th Hussars; 
m. Annette, d. of Col. Walter Campbell 
of Skipness, Whitehouse, co. Argyll ; died 
April 1876. 



Sir H. J., K.O.B. 



A. F. 



1859. 



1859. 



Thomas Philip. Of Airth Castle, 
Larbert ; son of W. G. of Airth ; 1855»- 
1858" ; served in the Scots Gds. 1862-88 ; 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (ret as 
Col.) ; J.P. for CO. Stirling ; m. Jemima 
Barbara, d. of Robert Clerk Rattrey of 
Oraighall Rattrey, Blairgowrie ; died April 
26, 1898. ^ 

Robert Thomas Napier, J.P., D.L. 
Son of R. S. of Ouldees and Bum brae ; 
1855»-1858» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Capt 
3rd Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlrs. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co.s Renfrew and Perth ; 
m. Hon. Emily, d. of Robert Francis, 2nd 
Lord Gifford. Ctddees, Muthill, R.S,0., 
Ferthshire, and Bumbrae, Perth. 



A. H. 

F. D. S. 

A.W. 

R. 

H. G. M. 



. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 



G 



42 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1866. 



Mr, Savile 

(W.A.O.) 



Caulfeild 

(W.B.M.) 



Taylor 

(O.W.) 

Reynolds 

(P. v., W.J.) 

Chambers 

(W.L.B.) 

Brown ma. 

(Mrs. de R., 0. 0. J.) 



York 

(P.B.D.) 

Mr. Home 

(A.P.B.) 

Wyatt 

(T.H.S., W.W.) 



Fitzherbert 

(R.D.) 

Mr. Dawson mi, 

(A.F.B.) 



Mr. Anson 

(KB.) 

Hildyard 

(O.O.J.) 

Schlotel 

(P. v., P.B.D.) 

Charrington 

(J.B.Y.) 



Ford 

(O.W.) 

Sloane-Stanley 

(Miss G., W.L.B.) 



Hon. John Horatio (5th Earl of Mex- 
boroagh). Eld. son of John Charles 
George, 4th Earl of M. of Methley Park ; 
1866»-1868» ; Prince Consort's German 
Prize 1866 ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; 
formerly Lieut. Ist W. York Yeo. Cav. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for W. Riding of Yorks, High 
Sheriff 1877 ; J.P. for Berks, Middlesex, 
London and Westminster ; m. Yenetia 
Stanley, d, of Sir Rowland Stanley 
Erringtou, 11th Bt. Methley Park^ Leeds, 
and 6 Wellington Court, Knighttbridge, 
8.W. 

Alexander Thomas. 5th son of Lieut.- 
Gen. J. C, C.B., M.P. ; 1866*-1868» ; Capt. 
Coldstream Gds. (ret.) ; m. Meriel Kate, 
d, of Robert Hunt. MUtown, PcdUukenry, 
lAmeriek. 

Arthur db Haviixand. 1866'-1868* : 
died in Guernsey soon after leaving Eton. 

H. C. . 1869. 



J.G. 



1869. 



Percy. Son of T. B. of Uckfield ; 1856»- 
1868» ; Wharfinger, Davis* Wharf, Tooley 
St., S.B., ret. 1902 ; m. Lucy Elizabeth, 
d. of Macleod Wylie of Calcutta. 86 Gran- 
vUle Place, Pmrtman Sq., W. 



E. C. 

Hon. W. S. D. 



1869. 



1869. 



Claude Willmot. Son of Rev. T. W. ; 
1866»-1867* ; B.N.C. Oxt ; Author of well 
known ornithological books ; died May 1, 
1900. 

William Cromwell. Eld. son of Sir 
W. P., 4th Bt, of Tissington Hall, Ash- 
bourne, CO. Derby ; 1864'-1869' ; formerly 
in the 10th Hussars ; died Jan. 84, 1874. 

Capt. Hon. Edward Stanley, R-N. 2nd 
sou of Richard, 1st Earl of Dartrey, K.P. ; 
1866M867' ; Capt R.N. (ret) ; m. Lady 
Elizabeth Selina Georgiana Meade, d, of 
Richard James, 4th Earl of Clanwilliam, 
Adml. of the Pleet 30 Cadogan Sq., 
Chelsea, 8. W. 



Palmer 

(E.B.) 

Mr. Fitzwilliam mi, 

(J.L.J.) 



Hon. a. J. R. 



W. 



1869. 



1869. 



Albert. Son of — S., a Stockbroker in 
the City ; 1864'-1867". 

Nicholas Edward. Son of E. C. of 
Burysoourt and Bures Manor, Surrey; 
1866'-1869' ; 1st Master of Eton ColL 
Beagles 1868-9 ; Brewer ; m. Isabella, d. 
of (George Arthur Fuller of The Rookery, 
Dorking; died March 14, 1894. 

Capt. John Randle Minshull. Of 
Llwyngwem, oo. Montgomery ; 1866'- 
1868' ; formerly in the 8th Regt ; dead. 

P. . 1869; 



Tayleur 

(J.E.Y.) 



Ricardo 

(KC. & o.c.w.) 

Campbell 

(J.E.Y.) 



Duberly 

(Mrs. D., F.E.D.) 



Gilbert 

(J.L.J.) 

Gosling mi, 

(E.B.) 

Wynne mi, 

(W.A.C.) 

McCIintock 

(W.L.E.) 

Robarts mi, 

(W.B., E.B.) 

Acland 

(P. v., W.J.) 

Hodgson 

(Mrs. de R., aft K.S., 
E.B. & E.W.) 

Allen 

(W.A.C.) 

Hamilton 

(E.C.) 



Judd 

(W.L.K) 

Ehodes 

(J.L.J.) 



William. Son of — P. of Portland 
Place, W.; 1868'-1867*; Capt 14th 
Hussars ; served with the 68th Regt in 
New Zealand ; died 1874. 

Hon. William Henry Wentworth-, 
D.L. 2ud son of William Thomas Spencer, 
6th Earl Fitzwilliam, K.G., of Wentworth 
House, Rotherham; 1852»-1868»; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; M.P. for oo. Wicklow 
1868-74, S. Div. of W. Riding of Yorks 
1880-6, Doncaster Div. of W. Riding 
1888-92; Member of the Jockey Club 
since 1876; formerly Hon. Maj. Yorks 
Dragoons ; D.L. for oo. Wicklow ; m. 
Lady Mary Grac4 Louisa Butler, d, of 
John, 2nd Marquis of Ormonde, K.P. 
Wigganthorpe Hall, Terrington, York, 

John, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of Rev. C. T. of 
The Fields, Market Drayton ; 1864«-1867* ; 
Magd. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. for oo. 
Salop, High Sheriff 1889; J.P. for oo.s 
Stafford and Chester ; m. Katharine Treby, 
d. of William John Clark of Buckland- 
tout-saints, Devon. Buniingsdale Hall, 
Market Drayton, 



A. L. 



1869. 



LiEUT.-CoL. Charles Walter. Son of 
J. C. of Hampton Court House, Hampton 
Court; 1866'-1868»; Bengal Cav. (ret); 
m. Mary, d, of Qea. John Loudon. The 
Ivy House, Hampton Court, S.O., Middlesex, 

William. Of Gaynes Hall, St Neots. 
2nd son of J. D. of Gaynes Hall ; 1866'- 
1868«; formerly Capt Gren. Gds.; J.P. 
and D.L. for Hunts, High Sheriff 1884 ; 
m. Hon. Rosa Louisa Vernon Sandys, d, 
of Arthur Marcus Cecil, 2nd Lord Sandys 
of Ombersley, Droitwich; died 1888. 

Thomas Drummond. 1866* -1868'; 
formerly in the 17th Regt 

H. . 1869. 



E. H. (aft Wynne-Finch). 

. 1869. 



P. R. 

W. H. G. 

Sir C. T. D., Bt 

R. 

J.H. 



1869. 
1869. 
1869. 
1869. 

1869. 



CONSTANTINS HENRT. 3rd SOU of 
W. J. H., P.R.a, M.P., of 83 Cheaham 
Place, S.W. : 1866M868' ; R.M. Academy, 
Woolwich ; formerly Lient-CoL R.A. ; 
died unm. 1888. 



B.G.8. 



H.B. 



1869. 



1869. 



1856.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— rOTJETH FOEM. 



43 



FOUETH FOEM. 



Seeker 

(C.L.) 

Digweed 

(Mrs. D., W.W.) 

Johnstone 

(F.V., w J.) 



King 

(W.L.B.) 

Antrobus 
(R.D.) 

Doyle 

(J.W.H.,B.C., o.o.w. 

& B.D.a) 
Kinglake mi, 

(J.W.H. & W.E., 
KB. & E.W.) 

Vidal mi, 

(J.W,H.&F.V.,J.W.H., 
RC. & W.W.; 

Saumarez 

(W.RM.) 



Hart Georos. Bon of — S., Town 
Olerk of Windsor ; 1862»-1866» ; formerly 
a Solicitor at Shrewsbary. 

Ltfobd Hugh Robert. 1864'-1858* ; 
I dead. 

' Col. Georoe Charles KsrPEL, J.P. 2nd 
' son of Sir G. F. J., 7th Bt.,of Westerball, 
liangholm ; 1863»-1868» ; entd. Gren. Gds. 
: 1862, ret. 1876 ; m. Agnes Caroline, d. of 
! Thomas Ghamberlayne of Cranbary Park, 
I Hants ; J.P. for Isle of Wight Bothutf, 
I W. Cotcesy Isle of Wight. 

John Loxwood. Son of J. K. of 
Loxwood House, Loxwood, Billiugshurst, 
Sussex ; 1863»-1857» ; Architect ; tn. d. of 
Albert Diiromler. Hdmdale, Witborough 
Oreeriy BUlingshurst, /2./8LO., Sussex. 

Edward Crawfurd. 2nd son of G. C. A. 
of Eaton HaU, Congleton ; 1864»-1866» ; 
formerly Capt. M)th Begt. ; died 1864. 

J. A. . 1869. 



R.A. 



G. W. 



1869. 



1869. 



Tabor 

(K.S., J.W.H., E.O., 
O.C.W., W.RM. & 
O.B.) 

Mordaunt 

(J.L.J.) 

Barne ma. 

(W.L.H.) 



Mr. Hood 

(J.W.H. & RC.) 



Marshall mi, 

(P.RD.) 



Hon. James St. Vincent (4th Lord de 
Saumarez). Eld. son of John St. Vincent, 
3rd Lord de S. ; 1863»-1866» ; aft. at 
Cheltenham CJolL ; Triu. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Capt. Gren. (Ws. ret. 1867 ; 3rd 
Sec. Diplomatic Service, Berlin 1872, 
Athens 1873, 2nd Sec. 1874-6, Japan 1876, 
Rome 1880, Brussels 1881 ; J.P. for Suffolk ; 
m. Jane Anne, d. of Capt. Charles Acton 
Vere Broke, R.R Saumarez Park^ Guern- 
sey ; Shrubland Parky Ipswich ; Broke Hall^ 
Ipswich ; Mvermei-e Park, Bury St. 
Edmunds, and 43 Orosvenor Place, S.W. 

RM. . 1869. 



O. 



1869. 



LiEUT.-Coi- Frederick St. John New- 
deoate. Of Sotterley Park, Wangford, 
Suffolk, and Grey Friars, Dunwich, 
Saxmuudham ; eld. son of F. B. of 
Sotterley and Dunwich ; 1865»-1868' ; 
Lient-Col. Scots (Ws. ; M.P. for E. Suffolk 
1876-86; J.P. for Suffolk, High Sheriff 
1892 ; m. Lady Constance Seymour, d. of 
Francis Hugh G^rge, 6th Marquis of 
Hertford ; died Jan. 26, 1898. 

Hon. Alexander Frederick. 3rd sou 
of Samuel, 2nd Visct. Hood, of Barton 
Segrave, Kettering; 1864»-1866'* ; in the 
RN. 1867-67 ; in the 16th Hussars 1867-70; 
J.P. for E. and W. Ridings of Yorks; m. 
Ethel Cecilia, d. of Algernon Charles Heber- 
Percy of Hodnet Hall, Salop, and Airmyn 
Hall. Airmyn Hall, Goole. 

Charles James. Son of W. B. M. of 
Neasden, Willesden, N.W.; 1863»-1868'; 
served in the 91st Highlrs. and 97th Regt. 
ret. 1872; married. National Club, 1 
WhUehall Gardens, 8.W. 



Barton 

(J.vV.H.) 



Thomas 

(RD.) 



Thorold 

(F.B.D.) 



Short 

(J.E.Y.) 



Orred 

(KB.) 



Paulet 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Moore 

(W.L.H.) 

Miles 

(Miss R, RB.) 



Braddon 

(Mrs. D., J.RY.) 



Maj.-Gbn. Geoffrt, C.M.G. Son of 
C. 0. B. of Rownhams, Southampton; 1864'- 
1867* ; entd. Army 1862 ; Maj.-Gen. 1898 ; 
served in the Ashanti War 1873-4 
(despatehes, Med. with Clasp) ; A.D.C. 
Aldershot 1874-7 ; Zulu War 1879 (de- 
spatehes, Med. with Clasp) ; D.A.A.-G. in 
Ck>mm. of the Military Police, Egyptian 
War 1882 (despatehes, Brev. Lieut-Col., 
Med. with Clasp, 4th CI. Osmanleh and • 
Khedive's Star) ; Soudan Campaign as 
Assist Mil. Sec. to Sir Gerald Graham, 
1886 (Clasp); Dept Assist and Q.M.G. 
with Expeditionary Force to Egypt 1892 ; 
present at Kassassln and Tel-el-Keblr 
(despatehes, Med. with Clasp, 4th CL 
Osmanleh, Khedive's Star) ; Assist Mil. 
Sec., China 1884-6 ; also with Expeditionary 
Force to Suakin (Clasp) ; A.A.G. Thames 
District 1896-7 ; A.A.G. N.W. District 
1896-8; Ck)mm. Fusilier Bgde. & Africa 
Field Force 1899 (wounded at Ladysmith, 
despatehes twice) ; Comm. Krugersdorp and 
Pretoria District till end of War 1902 
(despatehes) ; Col. R Fusiliers ; m. Beryl, 
d. of Col. Philip Mackenzie of Downham 
Hall, Suffolk. United Service Club, 116 Pall 
Atoll, S.W. 

Goring Apslet (aft Treherne). Son of 
M. T. of Gate House, Mayfield, Sussex ; 
1864'-1866»; m. 1st, d. of Capt Philip 
Perceval ; 2nd, d. of Edmund John Winn. 
21 Grove Court, Drayton Gds., S.W. 

Sir John Henry, 12th Bt, J.P., D.L. Eld. 
son of Sir J. C. T., 11th Bt, of Syston Park ; 
1864'-! 867" ; Hon. LL.D. Camb. ; formerly 
Lieut Lelcesters Regt ; M.P. for Grantham 
1866-8 ; Hon. Ck)l, 2nd Vol. Bn. Lines 
Regt 1868-88; J.P. and D.L, for co. 
Lincoln, High Sheriff 1876 ; Chmn. of 
Kesteven C.C. ; m. Hon. Alexandriua 
Henrietta Matilda, d. of Henry, 8th Lord 
Middleton. Syston Park, Grantham. 

Francis Albert. Of Blckham House, 
Exeter ; 2nd son of F. B. S, of Blckham ; 
1866'-1868» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. for 
Devon ; m. Edith Henrietta Mary, d. of 
Lleut-Col. William Woodward Rawes, 
R.A. : died Aug. 16, 1899. 

Maj. John Cavendish. Of Tran- 
mere, Beblngton, Birkenhead, and Weston, 
Cheshire ; eld. son of G. 0., of Tranmere 
and Weston ; 1856»-1868» ; formerly Maj. 
12th Lancers ; J.P. for Sussex and oo. 
Northampton ; m. Caroline Alexlna, d. of 
George Lane- Fox of Bramham Park, Boston 
Spa, Yorks. Larant House, Chichester. 

Cecil Henry. 3rd son of Rev. Lord 
C. P., Vicar of Wellesboume, Warwick, 
and Preb. of SaUsbury ; 1866M868* ; 
formerly In the 60th Rifles ; died 1864. 



RR 



1869. 



Sir Henry Robert William, 4th Bt 
6th son of Sir W. M., 1st Bt, of Leigh 
Ck>urt, Somerset, and uncle of Sir C. M., 
3rd Bt ; 1856»-1868' ; formerly Lieut 
6th Fusiliers ; m. Mary, d. of Frederick 
Neame of Luton, Selling, Faversham. 
Abbots Leigh, Bristol. 

WiTLiAM Clode, J.P. Eld- son of 
W. C. B. of Skisdon ; 1865'-1866» ; RM. CJoU. 
Sandhurst ; formerly Lieut 76th Regt, 
aft Hon. Maj. Brecon R.V. (ret) ; J.P. 
for co.s Brecon and Cornwall : m. Barbara 
Elizabeth Maria, d. of William Hunter 
Little, of Llanvalr Grange, co. Monmouth. 
Skisdon Lodge, Wadebridge, R.S.O., Corn- 
wall, 



44 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1856. 



Brown 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.H.) 



Lord Wallscourt 

(E.R) 



Chawner 

(W.B., W.L.H.) 

Leigh 

(T.H.a, P.B.D.) 



Anderson 

(W.B.M.) 

Clifford 

(Mrs. D., K.D.) 

Murray ma, 

(O.W.) 

Garnett ma, 

(Mrs. D., C.W.) 



Garnett mi, 

(Mrs. D., 0. W.) 

Wodehouse 

(R.D.) 
Powell 

(W.L.B.) 

Mitchell 

(W.B.M.) 

Wauchope 

(R.D.) 



Harper ma, 

(F.E.D.) 



Mitchell 

(W.B.M., W.B M. & 
B.W.) 

Burke ma. 

(W.L.H.) 



William Jambs. BlcL son of S. J. B. 
of Loftns Hill, co. York, and Duniess ; 
1864»-1866'; Banker (Brown, Jauson & Co.), 
London ; m. Julia Elizabeth, d. of George 
Cooke- Yarboroagh of Capsmoant, Don- 
caster. Burghtetdis Hill^ Knareshoroughy 
and DurnesSf Lairg. 

Bbroll Augustus Joseph Hkxry 
Blake (4Ui Lord). 3rd son of Joseph 
Henry, 3rd Lord W. ; 1865»-1869* ; for- 
merly Capt Coldstream Gds. ret 1867, 
aft Capt Galway MiL ; Gentleman of 
the Bedchamber to the Lord-Lieut of 
Ireland 1874 and Gentleman Usher 
1877-80 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Galway ; 
m. 1st, Lady Jane Harriet Charlotte Stan- 
hope, d. of Charles Wyndham, 7th Earl of 
Harrington ; 2nd, May, d. of Sir William 
PalUser, O.B., M.P. Ardfry House, Oran- 
more, R.S.O., co. Oalwap, and 16 Vietorta 
Sq.,S.W. 

Claude Frederick. Eld. son of Rev. 
C. F. C, Rector of Bletchingley, Red Hill ; 
1855»-1868» ; dead. 

Col. Richard.* Son of Rev. R. L., 
Rector of Walton, Liverpool ; 1866»-1868'; 
formerly Maj. 2nd Bn. 74th Highland Lt 
Infty., aft Col. Comm. Regt Dist Exeter. 
386 Oxford «., W. 



F.J. 



1869. 



Walter John. 2nd son of H. J. C. ; 
1866»-1858* ; formerly in the 68th Lt 
Infty. ; died Oct. 7, 1878. 

A. J. . 1869. 



Col. Frederick Willock. Of Easton 
Lodge, Norfolk ; 3rd son of R. G. of Moor 
Hall, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham ; 
1865»-1868' ; formerly in the 86th Lt 
Infty. ; aft Comm. W. Norfolk MiL ; 
m. Adeline Maria, d. of Col. Sir Hambleton 
Francis Custance, K.C.B., of Weston 
House, Norwich. Chdteau VEchappe^ 
Dittan, France. 

H. . 1869. 



CO. . 1869. 



. 1869. 



George John. Son of J. M. of Iver, 
Bucks, and 33 Old Bond St ,W. ; 1866»-1868» ; 
Brewer ; m. Geraldine, d. of John Faulkner; 
dead. 

Capt. William John. Of Niddrie 
House, Liberton, Midlothian ; eld. son of 
A. W. of Niddrie ; 1866»-1868» ; formerly 
in the 16th Lancers, aft Capt 6th 
Dragoons ; m. Eleanor, d. of Hon. and Rev. 
Edward Harbottle Grimston, Rector of 
Pebmarsh, Bures, Suffolk ; died Nov. 
1882. 

George. Son of Rt Rev. H. J. C. H., 
D.D., Bp. of Christchurch ; 1866»-18b7* ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1869 ; 
practising in New Zealand ; m. Agnes, 
d. of R. A. Longhnan, Judge in India. 
Christchurch^ Nete Poland. 



R. A. H. 



U.J. 



. 1869. 



Seddon 

(W.L.E.) 

Sparks 

(O.O.J.) 

Warre 

(W.B.,W.A.C.,O.C.W. 
& F. St J.T.) 

Wood 

(J.L.J.) 

Goldney mi, 

(G.F., W.L.H.) 



Button 

(Miss E., F.E.D.) 



James. Son of S. S. of Fairfield, W. 
Derby, Liverpool ; 1866M867'. 

E. T. B. . 1869. 



Moore 

(A.F.B.) 



Tyssen-Amhurst 

(W.A.O.) 

Martyn 

(Home, aft K.S., 0.0. J.) 

Parker 

(Miss G., P.E.D.) 

Hall 

(Miss G.j W.J.) 

Latham 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 

Mr. Bertie 

(Miss G., W.L.H.) 

Wyndham 

(Miss E., W.A.C.) 

Gladstone mi, 

(E.C. & F.V., RC. 
W.B.M. & J.E.Y.) 

Humfrey 

(Miss G., W.A.C., 
O.C.W. & B.D.S.) 

Arkwright 

(O.W.) 

Spencer 

(J.B.Y.) 

Egerton mi, 

(F.E.D.) 

Brownrigg mi, 

(J.W.H., F.V. & 
W.B.M.,J.W.H., 
W.J. & W.B.M.) 



G. A. 



C. F. 



1869. 



. 1869. 



John. Son of S. A. G. of Langley, 
Slough ; 1866'-1866" ; in the Indian avU 
Service, in the Punjab ; m. Beatrice, d. of 
Rev. Alfred Arrow Kempe, Rector of 
Wexham, Slough ; died in India, 1884. 

Col. Hon. Charles. 6th sou of James 
Henry Legge, 3rd Lord Sherborne ; 1866'- 
1868' ; entd. the Army 1861 ; in the King's 
Salop Lt Infty., ret 1898; A.D.C. to 
Comm. in Chief in India, D.A.Q.M.G. 
Bengal, A.Q.M.G. in Afghan War 1878-80, 
D.A.A.G. Guernsey 1884-9 ; m. May 
Arbuthnot d. of George Noble Taylor, 
Member of Viceroy's Council of India. 
Tmgworth Lodges Qloueester, 

Rev. Canon Edward Marsham. Son 
of Rev. E. M. of Frittenden House, Staple- 
hurst, Kent ; 1856'-1867» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; Cudd. Theo. Coll. ; Curate of Ash- 
bourne 1867-72, Vicar 1872-6; Rector of 
Benefleld since 1876; Rural Dean and 
Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cath. ; m. 
Lucy, d. of Jesse David Watts Russell 
of Biggin, Northauts. Benefield Reeiorp, 
Oundle. 



T. W. 
J. K 
R.S. 
P. A- 



. 1869. 

. 1869. 

. 1869. 

. 1869. 

. 1869. 



Hon. Sir F. L., K.C.B. 1869. 
T. H. G. . 1869. 

S.E. . 1869. 



R. H. Blake- (aft Mason). 
. 1859. 



A.C. 
A. A. J. 
A. M. 
H. a 



. 1859. 

. 1869. 

. 1859. 

. 1859. 



1856.] 



UPPER SCHOOL— FOURTH FORM. 



45 



Kelly mi. 

(J.W.H. & R.D.) 



Groodford 

I J.W.H., B.O., Miss E., 
aft K.8., J.W.H., 
B.C. & KD.S.) 

Long 

(W.L.B.) 

Burke mi, 

(W.L.H.) 

Thomas 

(J.W.H.) 

Arabin 

(W.L.H.) 

Bruce 

(P.V., W.J.) 

Buckle 7na. 

(Home, W.J. & B.D.S.) 

Mr. Wingfield 

(B.O.) 



Gatty 

(Miss B., C.W.) 



Sandeman 

(C.W.) 

Brown mt. 

(Mrs. d€ K., C.O.J.) 

Beckford 

(W.E., P.RD.) 



Bridge 

(W.W.) 

Barne mi. 

(W.L.H.) 

Rixon 

OV.L.H.) 

Bradue^ 

(W.L.B.) 

Hall 

(W.E.,B.B.) 



I John Richards; Son of F. P. K., 
I Inspector-Gen. of Letter Carriers in tjie 
I G.P.O. ; 1863'-1868» ; Trin. Hall, Camb. ; 
' B.A. ; called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
I 1878 ; joined the S.-Easteni Circnit ; M.P. 
! for N. Camberwell 1886-92 ; m. Fanny 
I L., d. of Bdward K Kelly. Oakland*, 
I WarplesdoHy OuUdford, and 25 Upper 
I Phillimore Ods., Kensington, W. 

I A.J.' . 1869. 



W. 



R. H. 



R.W. 



. 1859. 



William Saint Julibn. Son of — A. 
of Drayton Manor, Middlesex, and High 
Beech, Loughton, Essex ; 1855^-1858'. 

Lord H. A. Brudenbll- (Marquis of 
Ailesbary). . 1859. 

William Turberville. Son of Gapt 
E. B. of the Bengal Art. : 1854'-1858» ; 
London Univ. ; M.B. ; practised as a Doctor ; 
died Nov. 27, 1902. 

Hon. Lewis Strange. 3rd son of 
Richard, 6th Visct Powersoourt, of Powers- 
court, Enniskerry, oo. Wicklow ; 1854'- 
1857' ; Bonn Univ. ; m. Hon. Cecilia 
Emily Emma FitzPatrick, d. of Rt. Hon. 
John W^illiam, 1st Lord Castletown ; died 
Nov. 12, 1891. 

Rev. Reginald Alfred. Son of Rev. 

A. G., D.D., Vicar of Ecclesfleld, Sheffield, 
and Sub-Dean of York ; 1854'-1857' ; 
Christ's Coll. Camb. ; LL.B. ; Curate of 
Duunington, York, 1867-9 ; Rector of 
Bradfield, Sheffield, 1869-88; Rector of 
Hooton Roberts since 1888 ; m. Florence 
Emily, d. of A. D. Vesey of Huntingdon. 
Hooton Roberts Rectory, Rotherham. 

Roderick Eraser. Son of H. F. S. of 
1 Sussex Sq., Hyde Park, W. ; 1855'-1857' ; 
formerly in the Bengal Army ; aft. Wine 
Merchant. Llangollen House, Ealing, W, 

Cart WRIGHT. Son of T. B. of Uckfleld ; 
1855'-1858' ; Sheep Farming in the Pro- 
vince of Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. 
Napier, New Zealand. 

Francis John Bramston. Son of W. 

B. of Ruxley Lodge, Surrey ; 1855'-1857' ; 
formerly Capt. Surrey MiL ; m. Harriet 
Lucy, d. of Capt Octavius Ward, 10th 
Hussars. WUley, Parkstone, Dorset. 

Franklin Sealy, J.P. 1855'-1859' ; 
Capt. Somerset Mil. 1867-81; J.P. for 
Somerset. Cranford, Exmouth. 

P. J. H. A. . 1869. 

Theodore Robert. Formerly of 
Clarence Crescent, Windsor; 1865'-1869'. 

J. . 1859. 



Lewis Duval, J.P., D.L. Of Famham 
Cliase, Slough ; eld. son of Hon. Sir C. H., 
Vice-Chanc. of the High Court of Justice, 
of Famham Chase; 1855'-1857'; Trin. 
Coll. Camb.; M.A. ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Bucks, High Sheriff 1886 ; m. Ma^y Kate, 
d. of Charles Meeking of Richings Park, 
Bucks. 16 Grosvenor Place, 8. W. 



Burrell 

(W.B., R.D.) 



Dixon 

(F.E.D.) 



Humberston 

(F.E.D.) 

Hulse 

(CCJ.) 

Brougham 

(R.D.) 



Baker mi. 

(W.E., R.D.) 

Jessop 

(W.L.K) 

Harper mi. 

(Miss G., CCJ.) 



Raymond-Barker 

(W.A.C.) 



Garratt 

(E.B.) 

Whitmore mi. 

(Miss E., A.F.B.) 

Grant 

(W.B.,R.D.) 

Bodkin 

(T.H.S., aft. K.S., 
CCP., o.cw. & 
F.StJ.T.)) 

Forster-Alleyne 

(J.L.J.) 



Selwyn mi. 

(J.W.H.,E.C& W.E., 
J.W.H., E.C., E.B. 
&E.W.) 



Hon. Willoughbt Merrik Campbell, 
F.R.G.S. Son of Rt. Hon. Peter Robert, 
4th Lord Gwydyr of Stoke Park, Ipswich ; 
1856»-1858' ; formerly Capt Rifle Bgde. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk ; m. Ist, Miiry, 
d. of Sir John Banks, K.C.B., M.D., of 
Merrion Sq., Dublin ; 2nd, Anne, d. of 
John Ord of Overwhitton, oo. Roxburgh. 
eo Pont St., S.W. 

Lieut.-Col. George, J.P. Son of J. D. 
of Astle HaU ; 1856'-1858* ; formerly Capt. 
King's Own Scottish Borderers, aft. Maj. 
and Hon. Lieut-CoL 5th Cheshire KV. ; 
Chmn. of Cheshire CC ; J.P. for Cheshire, 
High Sheriff 1881 ; m. Emily Katherine, 
d, of George Beauchamp Cole of Heatham 
House, Twickenham, and widow of John 
Baskervyle Glegg of Withington Hall, 
Chelford, Crewe. Astle Hall, Chelford, 
Cretee. 



P.H. 



C. F. 



1869. 



1859. 



Hon. Wilfrid. 2nd son of William, 
2nd Lord Brougham and Yaux ; 1856*- 
1867* : formerly in the 10th Hussars and 
the 17th Lancers ; aft. Maj. Westmorland 
and Cumberland Yeo. ; m. Ist, Prancesca, 
d. of Signer Gaetano Yignati ; 2nd, Maria 
Sophia, d. of Col. Faunce ; died Nov. 2, 
1904. 



H.O.L. 



1869. 



Robert. 1866*-1859*. New Bamet, 
Herts, and 5 Fredericks Place, Old Jewry, 
E,C. 

Edward Paul. Son of Rt. Rev. 
H. J. 0. H., D.D., Bp. of Christchurch, 
New Zealand ; 1866'-1868' ; Midshipman 
R.N. ; drowned at sea on his way to join 
H.M.S. * Orpheus,* Auckland, New 
Zeahind, 1862. 

Percy Fitzhardinge. Of FairfordPark, 
Fairford, Gloe ; son of J. R. R.-B. of Fair- 
ford ; 1856»-1867» ; J.P. for oo. Gloucester ; 
m. Moma Georgina, d. of Sir Joseph Henry 
Hawley, 3rd Bt., of Leyboume Grange, 
Maidstone ; died Feb. 25, 1895. 

J. A. T. . 1859. 



W. H. 



. 1859. 



0. Macphkrson-. . 1859. 



W. D. 



1859. 



Charles Stuart. Son of Rev. J. F.-A., 
Rector of Kentisbeare, CuUompton ; 1856'- 
1869' ; formerly in the 92nd Regt ; died 
of low fever 1863. 



J. R. 



1859. 



46 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1856. 



Smith- Barry 

(B.O. & O.C.W.) 



Gosling min, 

(B.B.) 



Nash 

(G.F., W.L.H.) 

Hardy 

(W.L.H.) 

Lord Parker 

(Miss E., A.F.B.) 

Lucy 

(W.L.B.) 



May 

(Mrs. de K., R.D.) 

Hawtrey ma, 

(J.W.H., aft. K.S., 
B.O. A O.CJ.) 

Loveday 

(J.W.H. & W.A.O.) 

Bridges 

(J.W.H. & T.H.a,C.T.P. 
& C.O.J.) 

Kelly min. 

(J.i¥.H.&R.D.) 



Neave min, 

(Home, J.L.J.) 

Shafto 



Wood 

(J.W.H., T.H.S. & 
0.0. J., J.W.H., 
O.T.P., 0.0. W. & 
O.O.J.) 

Wood 

(J.W.H., B.O. & R.D.) 



De Vaynes 



Rt. Hon. Abthub Hugh (Ist Lord 
Barrymore). Bid- son of J. *H. S.-B. of 
Fota Island and Marbary ; 1856'-1858'; 
CJh. Ch. Oxt ; M.P. for oo. dork 1867- 
74 ; Vice-Pres. Irish Unionist Alliance ; 
Yice-Pres. and Member of Execatfye 
Comme. of Irish Landowners Convention, 
and Chmn. of National Union of Gon- 
secvatire Assocs. ; M.P. for S. Hunts 
1886-1900 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Cork, 
High Sheriff 1886 ; J.P. for Cheshire, 
High Sheriff 1883 ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Hants ; m. 1st, Lady Mary Frances 
Wyndham-Quln, d. of Edwin Richard, 3rd 
Earl of Donraven ; 2nd, Elizabeth, d. of 
(Jen. Wadsworth of Geneseo, U.S.A., MiL 
Gov. of Washington, and widow of Arthur 
Post of New York. Fota Itkmd, co. Cork ; 
Marburf Hall, Northteieh, and 20 HUl St., 
Berkeley Sq., W. 

LiBnT.-Ck)L.GEOROB,J.P. 6th8onofR.G. 
of Hassobury, Bishop's Stortford ; 1866*- 
1868* ; formerly in the Scots (3ds. ; J.P. for 
00. Oxford, High Sheriff 1898 ; m. Mary 
McEvers, d, of Sir Edward Cunard, 2nd 
Bt. StrattoH Audlejf Park, Bicester, 



W. 



1869. 



G. S. . 1869. 

G. A. VlSCT. . 1869. 



Edmund Berkeley. 6th son of G. L. of 
Charlecote Park, Warwick ; 1866»-1869* ; 
m. Margaret Laura Malgrave, d. of William 
Standish-Standish of Duxbury Park, Lanes. 
6 Hesketh Crescent, Torquay. 



H. W. 



6. P. 



J. K T. 



R. S. 



1869. 



1869. 



1869. 



Henrt Robert. 3rd son of F. F, K. . 
Inspector-Gen. of Letter Carriers in the 
G.P.O. ; 1863»-1867» ; aft at Winchester ; 
Winchester zi. 1861 ; died of typhoid fever 
Dec 1861. 



E. S. 



1869. 



Frederick Duncoube. 2nd son of 
Rev. Canon J. D. S., Rector of Brancepeth; 
1864»-1867» ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; died 1876. 



W. W. 



1869. 



William Francis. Son of Capt W, A. 
De v. of Updown, Margate ; 1864'-1869' : 
m. Miss 0. M. Williams; died Sept. 10, 
1878. 



Dodington 

(W.A.C.) 

Neave 

(G.F., W.L.H.) 

Watkins mi, 

(J.W.H.) 

Fitzgerald 

(Miss E., C.W.) 



Schneider 

(C.W.)) 

Whittuck 

(W.B.M.) 

Lord George Pratt 

(J.W.H. & B.B.) 

Littleton 

(J.L.J.) 

Freeth mi, 

(J.W.H.) 

Webb 

(J.W.H ) 

Herbert 

(F.B.D.) 



Buller 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



Hodgkinson 

(Mrs. de R.) 

Wildman 

(F.V., w J.) 

Stevens mi, 

(Home, F.E,D.) 

Mr. Skeffington ma, 

(J.W.H.) 



Bailey 

(R.D.) 

Nichols 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.H.) 



H. P. Marriott-. 



E. R. 



1869. 



Williams Bourne. 2nd son of J. G. W. 
of Woodfield, Ombersley, Droitwich ; 
1863'-1867' ; formerly in the Cheshire R.V. 

Charles Lionel Winofield, of Winter- 
ton Hall, Hythe, Southampton, and 
Turlough Park, Castlebar, co. Mayo. 2nd 
son of Maj. H. T. G. F. of Maperton House, 
Wincantou, Bath ; 1866M868* ; died Jan. 7, 
1906. 

J. H. A. . ' . 1869. 



S. H. P. 



G. M. 



Hon. K G. P. (Lord Hatherton). 
. 1869. 



Richard James. 1863»-1867'. 



Charles James. 2nd son of Rt. Hon. 
H. A. H. of Muckross, Killamey ; 1866'- 
1867' ; formerly Capt. Gren. Gds. ; m. 1st, 
Mdlle. de Momy ; 2nd, Helen, d. of Lieat.- 
CoL Andrew Spottlswoode. 

Henry MoN^rAOU. 3rd son of Rev. R. B., 
Rector of Lanreath, Liskeard; 1864*- 
1867*; Maj. Central India Horse; m. 
Mary, d, of James Jackson of Toorak, 
Victoria, Australia ; died Oct. 3, 1893. 



8. 



0. W, 



R.H. 



1869. 



1869. 



1869. 



Hon. Clotworthy John Eyre Fostkr- 
(11th Visct. Massereene and Ferrard). 
Eld. son of John, 10th Visct. M. and F., 
K.P. ; 1862»-1866»; Lieut-CoL Antrim 
Art MiL 1872-81; Lord-Lieut, of co. 
Louth 1879-98 ; m. Florence Elizabeth, d. 
of Maj. George John Whyte-Melville. 
Antrim Castle, Antrim, and Oriel Temple, 
Collon, CO. Louth. 



0. 



1869. 



Rev. Henry Reginald. Son of H. N., 
Barrister-at-Law : 1866'-1866* ; GonvUle 
and Caius Coll. (3amb. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Brandsby, Easingwold, 1878-81, Skelton- 
in-Cleveland, Yorks, 1881-6, Stoke- Albany, 
Market Harborough, 1887-90, Rothwell, 
Kettering, 1890-3, St. Anthony, Stepney, 
1893-6, St. George's, Old Brentford, 1896- 
1902, St. Peter's, S. Tottenham, 1902-4, 
Elstree since 19(H; m. Alice Mary, d. of 
Henry Coolre, Charity Oommr. Millbrook 
House, Elstree, R.&0., Herts. 



1856.] 



LOWEE SCHOOL— THIRD FOBM. 



47 



Eawstorne 

(B.C. & W.L.H.) 

Street 

(W.L.B.) 

Luxford 

(W.L.H.) 



Butler 

(C.W.) 



Unplaced. 

L. . 1859. 

H. S. 1859. 



Gborqr Bkntinck. Sou of Rev. Q. 0. 
L. of Higham Hoase, Bobertabridge, 
Sussex ; 1856M856' ; Maj. 23rd FasiUere 
served in the Ashanti War ; aft. Chief 
Constable of Sussex ; died unm. March 
25, 1895. 

Chables Lennox. 2nd son of Hon. C. 
L. B. of Colon House, Rugby ; 1856'-1858' ; 
killed by a fall on the Great Gable at 
Wastdale, Cumberland, Feb. 8, 1865. 



LOWEE SCHOOL. 

THIED FOBM.— Uppee aBBBK. 



Mr. Lascelles 

(J.W.H. & F.B.D.) 

Paul 

(Miss G., W.W.) 

White 

(W.B.M.) 



Johnson ma. 

(Home,W.A.O. &C.W.) 

Boper 

(Home,J.W.H.,0.C.W. 
& F.E.D.) 



Jodrell 

(J.W.H.) 

Bowman 

(J.W.H., B.C. & R.D.) 

Denison mi. 

(C.W.) 

Chambers 

(J.W.H.) 

Curtis 

(J.W.H.) 

Oliver min. 

(J.W.H.) 

aifton 

(J.W.H. & R.D.) 

Tritton 

(J.L.J.) 

Murray mi. 

(O.W.) 



Hon. H. U. (Earl of Harewood). 
. 1859. 



W. F. B. 



1869. 



LisuT.-CoL. Hbnry Lewis Brooke 
(aft. Langford-Brooke), J.P., D.L. Son of 
H. W. W. of Monar, co. Ross ; 1856'-1858' ; 
formerly Capt 60th Rifles, aft Hon. Lieut- 
Col. 2nd Bn. Cameron Highlrs. ; J.P. & 
D.L. for 00. Elgin ; m. Elizabeth, d. of 
Ferdinand Hanbury Williams of Coldbrook 
Park, CO. Mon. Mere Holly Knutsford. 

F. P. . 1859. 

Hbnrt Basil, LS.O. Son of Rev. T. H. 
B., (induct of Eton, aft of Puddlehinton 
Rectory, Dorset ; 1865*-1857' ; entd. again 
1860"-1861» ; joined Colonial Service 1872 ; 
Chief Commissioner and Res. Magistrate of 
Kimberley, Herbert and Hay ; Commnr. of 
Police and Chief of Criminal Investigation 
Dept ; Commandant of Burghers in 1878 
War (Med.) ; Mem. of Treason Court 
1901-2; Chief Inspr. of Prisons, Cape 
Colony; m. Emilie Bessie Earle, d. of 
Thomas Hicks of Penryn, Cornwall. 8 
Hofmeyf Chambers^ Cape Towny 8, Africa. 

E. . 1859. 



Sir W. p., Bt 



1859. 



Frank Gborob. 2nd son of Lieut-Ckn. 
Sir W. T. D., K.C.B., Gov.-(Jen. of 
Australia ; 1856*-1857' ; in the R.N. ; 
served in the Mediterranean and China ; 
died in London 1869. 



W. T. H. 



J.K 



1859. 



1859. 



William. 4th son of Rev. W. M. 0.. 
Rector of Bovinger, Ongar, Essex ; 1864*- 
1856'; Cains Ck>U. Camb. ; LL.B. died 
July 2, 1869. 

T. H. . 1859. 



H.J. 



W. H. 



1859. 



1869. 



Campbell ma. 

(J.W.H.) 



Brooke 

(W.B.M.) 

Buckle mi. 

(Home, W.UH.) 

Lubbock min. 

(J.L.J.) 

Ker 

(W.L.H.) 

Butler 

(T.H.a, C.T.P.) 



RoBKBT Douglas. Of Stevenson House, 
Haddington ; 3rd son of A. C. of Blyths- 
wood House, Renfrew ; 1855M866* ; for- 
merly Lieut in the R.N. ; J.P. ; m. 
Catherine Ellen, d. of Capt Thomas 
Hamilton Lindsay Miller of Dalswinton, 
Dumfries ; died June 1, 1896. 

Thomas Wiluam Lanoforb-. Son of 
T. J. L.-B. of Mere Hall, Knatsford ; 
1853'-1859' ; formerly Lieut in the Blues ; 
died at St Thomas's, W. Indies, 1872. 

E. . 1869. 

A. . 1869. 

A.D. . 1869. 



Caft. Edward John. Son of G^. Hon. 
H. E. B. ; 1866M856' ; formerly C^apt 
21st Fusiliers ; m. Elizabeth Turner, d, of 
G. B. S. Clark, M.D. 



Boyle mi. 

(J.W.H. & F.E.D.) 

Hankey 

(J.L.J.) 

Hawtrey mi. 

(J.W.H., aft K.S., 
C.CJ.) 

Johnson mi. 

(Home, F. St J. T.) 

Hodgson 

(jtw.H.) 

Baker 

(W.W.) 



Lower Greek. 

B. M. 

w. 

E.M. 



Ives 

(C.CJ.) 

Sir George Prescott 

(J.W.H.) 

Hoey 

(J.W.H.. 0.0. W. & 
E.D.&) 

Kindersley mi. 

(Home, J.W.H.) 



1859. 
1869. 
1869. 

1869. 



James Thomas. Son of Rev. T. H., 
B.D., Provost of Eton 1840-52 ; 1855»- 
1856» ; Univ. ColL Oxf. 

Hon. Sir Richard Chaffjet, E.C.M.G., 
K.C. Son of Hon. J. B. of Morialta, 
8. Australia ; 1856M859* ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Math. Trip. 1864 ; called to 
the Bar, Lincohi's Inn, 1864 ; Q.C. 1900 ; 
M.P. for S. AustraUa 1868, Attorney-Gen. 
1870 ; Member of Legislative Council 1877 ; 
Min. of Justice and Education 1884 ; Special 
Envoy for ihe Australian Colonies to Gt 
Britain to negotiate Postal Union between 
Gt Britain and the Colonies 1885-6 ; 
Member of Sydney Federal Convention of 
Australasia ; Chmn. Adelaide, Sydney and 
Melbourne Fed. Conv. of Australia 1897-:8 ; 
Pres. of L^. Council of S. Australia 1893- 
1901 ; represented the Commonwealth of 
Australia at Delhi Durbar 1903 ; 1st Pres. 
of Federal Senate of the Commonwealth 
since 1901 ; m. Katberine Edith, d. of 
Richard Bowen Colley. Fiarliament Houte, 
Melbourne^ VietoriOj Australia. 



E.F. 

Sir G. R., Bt 

W. H. 



. 1869. 
. 1859. 
. 1859. 



Skftimus Wioram. Son of N. K. of 
the Madras avil Service; 1865'-1868* ; 
went to live in Australia. 



48 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1856. 



Mr. Varineck 

(O.W.) 



White 

(OO.J.) 

Jiord Castle Cuffe 

(J.W.H. & 0.0. A'., 
J.W.H., 0.0. w. & 
B.D.S.) 

Edmonstone 

(J.L.J.) 

Nevile 

(W.L.H.) 

Brownrigg min, 

(W.B.M.) 



Eliot 

(Mrs. de B., R.D.) 

O'Brien 

(J.W.H.) 



Johnston 

(J.W.H.) 

Owen 

(W.L.H.) 

Kewley 

(J.W.H.) 



Fowke 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.H.) 



Campbell mi. 

(J.W.H., K0.&0.0.J.) 

Eyre ma, 

(Home, J.W.H.) 

Eyre mi. 

(Home, B.D.S.) 



Hon. Joshua Ghablbs (4th Lord Hon- 
Ungfleld). Eld. son of Charles Andrew, 
3rd Lord H. ; 1865M868'' ; joined Scots 
Gds. 186S, ret. as Ool. 1892; served in 
Egyptian Campaign 1882 (Med. and Clasp 
and Khedive's Star); E. Soadan 1886 
(Clasp) ; J.P. for Suffolk. Heveninffham 
Holly Yoxfordy Saxmundhamy and Leiston 
Old Abbep, LeUtoriy R,S,0., Suffolk, 

Walter. 1866*-1868*. 



W. U. O'C. (Earl of Desart). 
. 1869. 



N. B. 



1869. 



Charles Cavbndish. Son of J. P. N, 
of Skelbrooke Park, Doncaster ; 1864'- 
1867' ; Capt. 99th WUts Begt. ; served in 
the Zulu War (Med.) ; died Feb. 18, 1882. 

Bbig.-Oen. Mbtcalfb Studholmb. 3rd 
son of Gen. J. S. B., O.B., Gren. Gds., of 
Ashford, Middlesex; 1866M869' ; entd. 
Army 1863 ; formerly Col. Oxford Lt. Inf ty. 
and A.D.C. to Lord-Lieut, of Ireland ; aft. 
Comm. 80th and 47th Begt. Districts ; 
Comm. Wilts and Dorset Brigade ; m. Emily 
Qeorgiana, d, of Sir Edward Bichard 
Borough, 2nd and last Bt. 20 Orulou> Sq., 



W. N. G. 



1869. 



1869. 



SENSE. 

Hbnbt Lancelot. 1866'-1869'. 



M. W. L. 



1869. 



Bbv. Thomas Wilsok. Son of Bev. 
T. B. E. of Famham Boynl, Bucks; 
1866»-1867*; New CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
Curate of Northill, Beds, 1872-6, Baldock 
1876-8 ; Incumbent of St. Mark's, Cape- 
town, 1878-83 ; Chaplain at Bapallo, Italy, 
1883-4 ; Yicar-Gen. of Pretoria, S. Africa, 
1884-91 ; Chap, to Bp. of Pretoria 1886-91 ; 
Vicar of St Saviour's, Maritz, 1891-3 ; 
Incumbent of Umhlatuzan 1893-7 ; Assist 
Priest Selwyn ColL and Dioc. Sec. 1898-9 ; 
Vicar of Port Chalmers since 1899. Fort 
Chalmersy New Zealand. 

Frank Bede. Son of Capt F. F.; 
1864'-1868* ; Assist Sec Bd. of Education, 
S. Kensington, and Sec. to the Committee 
on Solar Physics. 24 Netherton Orove^ 
Chelsea, & W. 



B. B. D. 



H. S. 



W.B. 



1869. 



1869. 



1869. 



JefFerson 

(C.C.J.) 

Tarde-Buller 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) 

Bastard 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) 

Lane-Fox min. 

(J.W.H.) 



NONSENSE. 

J. J. DUNNINGTON-. 

J. (Lord Churston). 
J. A. 



Hedg( 



^es 

(Mrs. de B., C.T.P., 
W.B.M. & H.S.) 

Smith 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) 

Jones 

(T.H.S., C.T.P. & 
CW.) 



Moore 

(J.W.H. A W.L.E.) 

Talbot mi. 

(Mrs. de B., W.L.B.) 



Edwards 

(J.W.H.) 

Van de Weyer mi. 

(J.W.H. A W.E.) 

HoUingworth ma. 

(J.V<r.L.&W.L.K) 

Tufnell 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) 



1869. 



1869. 



1869. 



. 1869. 



1869. 



William Charles Nioel, J.P. 2nd son 
of E. 0. J. of Nass ; 1866'-1868« ; Indian 
Telegraph Dept ; J.P. for co. Gloudester ; 
m 1st, Constance Mary Masqnerier, d. of 
Bev. Samuel George Bees, Bector of Goadby 
Marwood, Melton Mowbray ; 2nd, Soi^ia 
Emily, d. of Maj. Alfred WilUam Jones, 
70th Begt Nau House, lAfdney, and 
Underdean, Newnham. 



F. 



1869. 



WiLUAM James. 2nd son of Hob. and 
Bev. W. W. Chetwynd-Talbot of Hhtfield 
Bectory, Herts ; 1865M859* ; Sub.-Lieut 
B.N., H.M.S. * Ariadne ' ; lost in trying 
to save life March 8, 1872. 



F.V. 



A.S. B. 



1869. 



1869. 



SECOND EORM. 

Keyser ^- ^• 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) I 

Wells I w. H. 

(J.W.H. ft W.L.H.) 

Mr. Montgomerie j hon. aM. 



1869. 



1869. 



1869. 



ma. 

(J.W.H.) 

HoUingworth mi, 

(J.W.H.) 

Edmonstone 

(J.W.H.) 

Mossop 

(J.W.H. & CW.) 



Christian. Son of D. H. of HoUing- 
worth HaU, Cheshire ; 1866M868' ; entd. 
the B.N., aft johied 13th Lt Inf ty. Begt 



G. F. 



J. H. 



1869. 



1869. 



1856.] 



LOWEE SCHOOL— FIEST POEM AND INTEEMEDIATE LIST. 



49 



EIEST FOEM. 



Prescott 

(J.W.H.) 



Mr. Skeffington mi, 

(J.W.H.) 



Stevens min, 

(Home, C.T.P. & 
F.B.D.) 



Charles William (aft. Presoott- 
Westcar), J.P. 2n(i son of Sir G. W. P., 
3rd Bt, of Theobalds Park, Herts ; 1856'- 
1867' ; aft. at Ragby ; Lieut B. Kent Yeo. 
Cav. 1885-8 ; M. of E. Kent Foxhounds 
since 1890 ; J.P. for Kent ; m. Constance, 
d. of John Carbery Evans of Hatley 
Park, CO. Cambridge. Strode Park^ Herne^ 
Canterbury. 

Hon. Hungerpord Henry, 2nd son 
of John, 10th Visct. Massereene, K.P. 
1856*-1866* ; formerly Lieut. AntHm Mil. ; 
m. Louisa Muskerry Deane, d. of Robert 
Deane Grady ; died Dec. 18, 1870. 

Denis Savile. 1866'-1868» ; entd. again 
1860». 



Mr. Montgomerie 
mi, 

(J.W.H.) 

Neale 

(J.W.H.) 

Owen 

(T,H.S„ C.T.P.) 

Devas 

(J.W.H.) 



Hon. G. a. (Earl of Eglinton and 
Winton). . 1869. 



Melville Thomson. 1866"-1858* ; for- 
merly in the 80th Regt. : aft. Lieut 
Reserve of Officers. 



Henry James. 1866»-1856». 



Wiluam Frederick. 1866»-1867* ; 
entd. again 1859^ 



INTERMEDIATE LIST. 

Names of Boys entered between Election 1853 and 1856, who left Eton before Election 1856, and are therefore 

not included in the foregoing List. 



Erskine 

(J.W.H.) 



Seddon 

(W.L.B.) 

Mr. Eden 

(W.B., A.F.B.) 



Steward 

(K.S., CL.) 



EadclyfFe 

(W.A.C.) 



Thorold 

(Miss G., W.L.B.) 

TJthwatt 

(iV.B.M.) 

Bam ma, 

(W.A.O.) 



WirxiAM Macnaohten (5th Lord 
Erskine). Son of John Cadwallader, 4th 
Lord E. of the Bengal Civil Service: 
1853'-1854' ; joined the 7th Dragoons 1857, 
exchanged to 9th Lancers 1861, ret. as 
Capt. 1869 ; called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1878; J.P. and D.L. for co. North- 
ampton ; m. Caroline AUce Martha, d. of 
William Grimble. Spratton ffcdl, North- 
ampton. 

Robert. 1863'-1855\ 



Hon. Robert Henlet Shaw. 4th son 
of Robert John, 3rd Lord Auckland, D.D. ; 
1853»-1856» ; Estate Agent ; J.P. for co. 
Worcester ; m. Jessie Ellen, d. of Rev. 
Frederick Hildynrd of Swanington, Nor- 
folk. Tyddyrdlan^ LlandrUlo^ Merioneth- 
shire. 

Frederick William. Son of & S., 
Solicitor, of Connaught Place, Edgware 
Road, W. ; 1853»-1856" ; partner in firm of 
Bell & Steward, Solicitors, Lincoln's Inn 
Fields. 49 Lincoln's Inn Fields^ W.C. 

Charles James, J.P. Of Foxdenton 
Hall, Oldham : eld. son of C. J. R. of 
Foxdenton ; 1863M865' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. : 
J.P. for CO.S Lancaster and Dorset, High 
Sheriff 1885 ; m. Blanche, d. of Col. Sulivan 
of the 5th Lancers. Hyde Manor ^ Wareham. 

Wiluam. 2nd son of H. T. of Cuxwold 
Hall, Caistor, Lines : 1853»-1853* : Ch. Oh. 
Oxt ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln ; died 
unm. 1894. 

Henry Andrewe^. Son of Rev. E. A. U., 
Rector of Foxcote, Backs ; 1854'-1855' ; 
dead. 

Stephen Jambs. Eld. son of S. R. of 
Ramsfort, co. Wexford ; 1854»-1865»; Capt. 
Scots Fusilier Gds. ; died anm. April 11, 
1869. 



Leyland 

(W.L.H.) 



Mr. Wellesley 

(A.F.B.) 

Garnett 

(W.E., R.D.) 

Durrant 

(W.E., W.A.C.) 



Wilberforce 

(R.D.) 



Daniell 

(Mrs. D., W.J.) 



Tom Naylor-. Of Nantclwyd Hall, 
Rathiu ; son of Capt L., 2nd Life Gds., of 
Hyde Park Honse, Albert Gate, S.W. ; 
1854'-1855" : formerly in the 2nd Life Gds., 
aft. Lieat.-Col. Denbighs Hussars ; J.P. ; 
m. Mary Anne, d. of Charles Scarisbrick of 
Scarisbrick Hall, Sonthport ; died Aug. 26, 
1886. 

Hon. Cecil Charles Foley. Son of 
Rt. Hon. Henry Richard, 1st Earl Cowley, 
K.G. ; 1864*-1864' ; formerly in the R.N. 

Charles Arthur. Of The Manor House, 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Eld. son of C, G. of 
The Manor House ; 1854'-1864\ Conserva- 
tive Club, 74 St. James' Street, S. W. 

Sir Wiluam Robert Estridge, 5th Bt. 
2nd son of Sir H. T. E. D., 3rd Bt, and 
brother of Sir H. J. D., 4th Bt, of Scottow, 
Norfolk; 1854M854'; formerly Lieut 16th 
Regt ; m. Emily Street of Australia ; 
resides in Australia. 

The Ven. Archdn. Albert Basil 
Orme, D.D. 4th son of Rt Rev. S. W., 
D.D., Bp. of Winchester ; 1854M854' : 
Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; D.D. ; Curate of 
Cuddesdon, Oxford, 1866-7 ; Chap, to Bp. 
of Cxf. 1866-70; Curate of St Jude's, 
Sonthsea, 1869-71 ; Chap, to Bp. of 
Winchester 1870-3 ; Rector of St Mary's, 
Southampton, 1871-94; Canon of West- 
minster 1894-1900 : Chaplain of the Ho. of 
Commons since 1896 ; Archdn. of West- 
minster since 1900 ; Rector of St John's, 
Westminster, since 1894 ; m. Caroline Char- 
lotte Jane, d. of Capt Netherton Langford, 
R.N. 20 Deans' Yard, Westminster Abbey, 
S.W. 



Wiluam. Son of Capt, 
E. M. D. of 39 Gloucester Sq., Hyde Park. 
W. ; 1854'-1864' ; died Dec. 18, 1859. 

H 



50 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1856. 



Lord Montgomerie 

(A.F.B.) 



Moreton 
Lord Hastings 

(Miss G., C.W.) 



Smith 

(W.E., W.B.M.) 



Billington 

(W.G.O.) 

Walker 

(J.W.H.) 

Beaumont 

(O.W.) 

Merewether 

(J.L.J.) 



Archibald Wiluah (14th Earl of 
Eglinton). Eld. son of ArchitMld William, 
18th Earl of E., K.T. ; 1854»-1866' ; D.L. 
for 00.S LaDark and Ayr ; m. Lady Sophia 
Adelaide Theodosia, d. of Charles Anderson 
Worsley, 2nd Earl of Yarboroogh ; died 
Aag. 30, 1892. 

1864»-1864». 

Henry Weysford Charles Plax- 
TAOEXET Rawdon- (4th and last Marqals 
of H.). 2nd son of George Aogostas 
Francis, 2nd Marquis of H. ; 1854M855* ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf.; Master of the Qaom Hounds ; 
m. Florence Cecilia, d. of Henry, 2nd 
Marquis of Anglesey ; died Nor. 10, 1868. 

Charles Ridlet. 4th son of M. T. S., 
M.P., of Sonthborough Park, Kingston-on- 
Thames ; 1854'-1859* ; in the B.N. 1857-66; 
A.D.C. to the Marquis of Normanby, Gov. 
of Queensland, S. Australia ; m. Amy 
Emma, d. of W. T. Blakeney, of Brisbane, 
Queensland ; died 1897. 

Augustus Hanmer. 1864*-1864'. 



Thomas Edward. 1854'-1864*. 

Cecil William. Son of Capt. R. B., 
R.N., of BoBsall House, Yorks; 1854M865'; 
formerly an oflBoer in the B.N. ; dead. 

Capt. Harry Alworth Fellowes. 
Son of H. A. M., Q.G., of Bowden Hill, 
Chippenham ; 1854M856' ; formerly Capt. 
66th Regt ; m. Mary K A., d. of Commo- 
dore Henry Caldwell, G.B., A.D.C. Moor- 
hUly Shedjield, Botley, &0., Hants. 



Bourne 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Nevile 

(W.L.H.) 



Massingberd 

(J.W.H.') 



Peareth 

(Mrs. de R., W.A.C.) 

Kewley 

(J.W.H.) 

Watson 

(E.B.) 



Bam mi. 

(W.A.C.) 



Sir James I>yson, 2nd and last Bt Of 
Hackinsall, Lanes ; eld. son of Sir J. B., 
1st Bt., C.B., of HackinsaU ; 1854M854' ; 
formerly Col. 5th Dragoon Gds. ; m. Lady 
Marion Jane Loftns, d. of John Henry, 
3rd Marquis of Ely ; died Nov. 11, 1883. 

Ernest Edward Cator. 3nd son of 
J. P. N. of Skelbrooke Park, Doncaster ; 
1864M864* ; formerly Capt 84th Regt. ; 
m. Frances, d. of CoL Samuel Moore of 
Moyne Hall, oo. Cavau ; died Feb. 16, 
1894. 

Francis Burrrll. Eld. son of Rev. 
F. C. M., Rector of Ormsby, Alford, and 
Chanc. of Lincoln Cath. ; 1866'-1865» ; 
formerly Capt. King's Dragoon Gds. ; died 
unm. at Gape Town Oct. 9, 1882. 

Albert. 2nd son of W. P. of Usworth 
House, Durham: 1865'-1855*; m. Margaret 
Emma, d. of Rev. Evan Nepean, Cianon of 
Westminster ; died April 19, 1869. 

John Rioby. Son of Rev. T. R. K. of 
Hatfield, Herts ; 1855M865'; went to Marl- 
borough; Cotton Broker. Knottif Crou^ 
Uazlewood Road, Oateaere, Liverpool. 

Edward Spencer. Of Riverside, 
Shambrook, Beds : 2nd son of Hon. R. W. 
of Rockingham Castle, Uppingham ; 1865*- 
1866* ; went into the Navy, served with 
the Naval Bgde. in Indian Mutiny, aft 
Lieut. 10th Hussars; m. Mary Blanche, 
d. of George Hall ; died Jan. 28, 1889. 

Edmund Arthur. 2nd son of S. R. of 
Ramsfort, co. Wexford ; 1855*-1855* ; m. 
Florence Jane, d. of Charles Richard 
Harford ; dead. 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— SIXTH FOEM. 



51 



ELECTION, 1859. 



SIXTH FOEM. 



Young ma, 

(J.L.J.,aft.K.S.,J.L.J.) 



Nixon 

(K.S., W.L.K) 



Churton ma, 

(Mrs. de B., aft. K.S., 
W.B.M.) 



James 

(T.H S., aft K.S., 
F.B.D. dc C.CJ.) 



Carter 

(F.V., aft. K.S., W.J. & 
E.B.) 



Sir William Mackworth, K.C.S.I. 
3rd son of Capt Sir G. Y., 2nd Bt, R.N., 
of Formosa Place, C!ookham, Berks ; 
1852M860' : Tomline Select 1859-9 ; Eton 
XL 1859; ColL and Mixed Wall 1858-9, 
Keeper 1869 ; won School Fives 1859 ; Sch. 
of King's Coll. Camb.; M.A.; Litt. D. 
(Lahore) 1902; Fellow of King's 1863; 
i 2nd CI. Math. Trip. ; Sen. Opt. ; in the 
Indian avil Service ; C.S.I. 1890 ; Mem. 
of the Viceroy's Leg. Goancil 1893 ; 
Financial Gommnr. to Punjab Gov. 1889- 
95 ; Bes. of Mysore and Chief Commnr. of 
Ooorg 1895-7 ; Lieut-Gov. of the Punjab 
1897-1902 ; Vice-Pres. Church Missionary 
Soc. ; m. 1st, Isabel Maria, d. of Bev. 
Charles Boilean Elliott, F.B.S., Hector of 
Tattingstone, Ipswich ; 2nd, Frances 
Mary, d. of Sir Bobert Eyles Egerton, 
K.C.S.L, C.I.E., Lieut-Gov. of tlie Punjab. 
Oak Lea^ SilverhtU^ St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

John Edwin. Son of T. N. of Windsor ; 
1854»-1859» ; Newc Select 1869 ; Sch. of 
King's Coll. Camb.; M.A. ; Fellow of 
King's 1862; Ist CI. Class. Trip. 1863; 
Master at Wellington Coll. 1867-8 ; Class. 
Lecturer, King's Coll. London 1871-4 ; 
Class. Lecturer, King's Coll. Camb. since 
1874 ; Dean of King's 1873-83 and 1886-9 ; 
Examiner in Class. Trip. 1882-3 ; Lecturer 
atNewnhamColl. 1877-91 ; Gresham Prof, 
of Bhetoric since 1881. King'i College^ 
Cambridge. 

Bt. Bev. Edward Townson, D.D. Son 
of Yen. E. C, Archdn. of Cleveland, 
Yorks; 1863»-1859»; Sch. of Oriel Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Hon. D.D. ; Curate of Hope, 
Sheffield, 1866-8; Vicar of Ganton, Hope, 
1868-72; Curate of St. Mary Magdalene, 
Paddington, 1873-7 ; Vicar of St. Bartho- 
lomew, Charlton, Dover, 1877-86 ; Bp. of 
Nassau 1886-1900 ; m. Caroline Mary, d. 
of Bev. C. J. Daniel, Vicar of Hope, 
Derbys. Longcrqft, Torquay. 

Arthur Coleridge. Son of Bev. E. J. 
of Alton, Winchester ; 1851 •-I860" ; Newc. 
Select 1859; Med. 1860 ; Coll. Wall 1857-9 ; 
Mixed Wall 1859; Sch. of King's Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Bell's Sch. 1861 ; Fellow 
of King's 1863 ; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 1864 ; 
Assist Master at Eton 1864-99 ; m. 1st., 
Florence Mary, d. of Isambard Kingdon 
Brmiel ; 2nd, Elizabeth, d. of H. Beels of 
Amsterdam. Roundham Head^ Paignton^ 
S. Devon. 

Thomas John Procter. Son of Bev. 
Canon T. T. C. of Clewer, Windsor ; 1861'- 
1860» ; Tomline Select 1860 ; Coll. Wall. 
1867 and 1869 ; Mixed Wall 1869 ; Sch. 
of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow 
of King's 1863 ; 2nd CI. Math. Trip, and 
3rd CI. Class. Trip. 1864 ; Assist. Master 
at Eton 1868-99 ; m. Isabella, d. of Capt. 
Drew ; died Dec. 14, 1899. 



Bosanquet 

(K.S., E.B.) 



Ainger 

(K.S.,W.A.C.&E.D.S.) 



Pickering 

(W.E., aft. K. 



Wriglit 



(K.S., W.G.C. 
J.E.Y.) 



Edmund Fletcher. 6th son of S. B. B. 
of Dingestow Court, Monmouth ; 1862'- 
1860" ; Pembroke Coll. Oxf. ; Selected 
Candidate for Indian Civil Service ; lost 
his sight while reading for final ; m. 
Louisa, d. of Maj. Henry Christopher 
Marriott of Avonbank, Pershore. The 
Courts Wotton-under-Edge. 

Arthur Campbell. Son of Bev. T. A., 
Incumbent of Hampstead, Middlesex; 
1863M860' ; Newc. Select 1859-60 ; Coll. 
Wall 1868-9 ; Sch. of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 1864 ; Assist. 
Master at Eton 1864-1901; Author of 

* Eton Songs,' *■ Carmen Etonense,' 

* Vale,' etc. ; Author of ' Clivus,' etc. ; 
Joint Author (with H. G. Wintle, M.A.) 
of * English-Latin Verse Dictionary,' etc. ; 
Hon. Sec. O.E.A. since 1900. Mustiam^ 
Eton. 



Bev. Percy Gilbert Umvreville. 
, /, «r ^ ; Son of Bev. E. H. P., Assist. Master at Eton 
5., C.W.) I 1830-62 ; 1861»-1860» ; Newc. Select 1860 ; 
Coll. Wall 1868-9; Mixed Wall 1869; 
I Merton ColL Oxf. ; M.A. ; Postmaster of 
Merton ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1862, 3rd CI. Law 
and Mod. Hist. ; Curate of Linslade, 
Leighton Buzzard, 1867-9, South Benfleet, 
Essex, 1869-70, Bamsden Crajrs, Billericay, 
Essex, 1870-4, St. Patrick, Hove, 1876-8, 
Holy Trinity, Cowes, 1878-84, Acton, 
Middltsex, 1884-8, Sutton, Chesterfield, 
1888-9 ; Incumbent of St James', Guern- 
sey, 1890-3, Holy Trinity, Dorchester, 
1893-4 ; Chaplain of Parkhnrst Union since 
1894 ; tn. Anna Maria, d. of B. Stephenson. 
Parkhursty Me of Wight. 

Francis Nelson, LC.S. Son of W. W., 
Schoohnaster,of Huddersfield ; 1852M869"; 
Coll. Wall 1868 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
formerly Magistrate and Collector N.W. 
Provinces of India; Opium Agent, 
Benares ; dead. 



Luxraoore 

(K.S., C.L. <b J.L.J.) 



Mr. Duncan ma, 

(A.F.B.) 



Henry Elford. Son of Bev. H. L. of 
Barnstaple ; 1862»-1859' ; Pembroke Coll. 
Oxt ; M.A. ; Bouse Sch. ; 1st CI. Mods. 
1862; 1st CI. Lit Hum. 1864; Assist 
Master at Eton since 1864. Eton College. 
Windior. 

Hon. Bobert Adam Phiups Haij)ane 
(3rd Earl of Camperdown). Eld. son of 
Adam, 2nd Earl of C. ; 1853»-1869» ; Newc. 
Select 1869 ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 1st 
CI. Mods. 1861 ; Ist CI. Lit Hum. 1863 ; 
LL.D. (St Andrews) ; Lord-in- Waiting to 
Queen Victoria 1868-70; Lord of the 
Admiralty 1870-4; formerly Capt War- 
wicks Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. and D.L. for co.s 
Forfar and Warwick ; J.P. for co. Wor- 
cester; D.L. for Dundee. Camperdown^ 
Dundee; Qleneagles Hoiue^ Perth, and 39 
Charles* St., Berkeley Sq., W. 



52 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Gurdon 

(A,F.B.) 



Heathcote 

(A.F.B.) 



Lubbock max. 

(J.W.H. & J.L.J.) 



Hoare ma, 

(KB.) 



Burr • 

(C.W.) 



Langham 

(A.F.B.) 

Bosanquet 

(B.B.) 



Johnstone 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 



Maberly ma, 

(Mrs, de R., B.B.) 



Sir William BRAMProN, K.C.M.G., 
C.B., M.F. 2nd sou of B. 6. of Letton, 
Thetford, and brother of 1st Lord Cran- 
worth ; 1863»-1869' ; Prince Consort's 
Italian Prize 1866; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; Math. Trip. 1863 ; appointed Clerk 
in the Treasury 1863 ; Private Sec. to Rt. 
Hon. W. E. Gladstone as Chanc. of the 
Excheq. 1865-6, and as Prime Mln. 1868-74 ; 
served on a Monetary Conference in Paris 

1878 and on Special Mission to S. Africa 

1879 and 1881 ; M.P. for N. Norfolk since 
1899 ; J.P. and C.C. for Suffolk ; m. Lady 
Eveline Camilla, d. of Isaac Newton, 6th 
Earl of Portsmouth. Assington Holly 
Boxfordy Colchester. 

Charlks Gilbert. 3rd son of J. M. H. 
of Conington Castle, Peterborough ; 1863'- 
1869" ; Newc. Select 1869 ; Eton xi. 1869 ; 
Sch. of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 1st CI. 
Class. Trip, and Fellow of Emm. Coll. 
Camb. 1863; Barrister, Inner Temple, 1867; 
Stipendiary Magis. of Brighton 1884-1902 ; 
m. Lucy Edith, d. of Hon. WalterWrottesley. 
Kilmeston Manor ^ Alre^ord^ Hants and 
5 Arlington St., S.W. 

Montagu, M.D., F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 
6th son of Sir J. W. L., 3rd Bt. ; 1860'- 
1869" ; Eton xi. 1869 ; Eton viii. 1859 ; 
Keeper of the Field 1868 ; 0pp. Wall 1868 ; 
Pres. of Eton Soc. 1869; won 100 Yds. 
and Hurdles 1868 ; won School Fives 1869 ; 
Physician ; M.D. and P.R.C.P. (London) ; 
m. 1st, Lora, d. of Capt. Greorge Hotham, 
R.E. ; 2nd, Nora, d. of Nottidge Charles 
Macnamara, F.R.C.S., of 13 Grosvenor 
St., W. 19 Grosvenor St.y W. 

Rev. Walter Marsham. 2nd son of 
H. H. of Iden Manor, Staplehurst, Kent ; 
1862»-1869«; Eton xi. 1868-9; Field xi. 
1868 ; won School Fives 1868 ; E:ieter Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Stroke of Oxf. viii. 1861-3 ; 
Pres. O.U.B.C. ; Curate of Great Marlow 
1864-8; Rector of Stibbard, East Dere- 
ham, 1868-76; Rector of Colkirk since 
1868 ; Rural Dean of N. Brisley 1884 ; m. 
Jessie, d. of James Robertson. Colkirk 
Rectory y Fakenham. 

HiGPORD (aft. Higford), J.P. Eld. son 
of D. H. D. B. of Aldermaston Court, 
Reading ; 1853M859'' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
formerly in the 13th Hussars ; J.P. for 
Berks, High Sheriff 1890 ; m. Julia Char- 
lotte, d. of Rev. Frederick J. H. Reeves of 
East Sheen, Surrey. Hartsfield, Betchworth. 
R.S.O., Surrey, and 23 Eaton Place, S,W. 

Francis Nathaniel. 2nd son of H. L. 
1863»-1869'; Eton xi. 1868-9; Field xi. 
1868 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. Highgate House, 
CrecUon, Northampton. 

Robert Holpord Macdowall, F.R.S. 
2nd son of Rev. R. W. B. of Rock Hall, 
Alnwick ; 1863"-1869'' ; Tomline Select 
1859 ; Prince Consort's German Prize^ 
1868 ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. M.A. ; Ist CI. Nat. 
Sc. 1862; Ist CI. Math, and Fellow of 
St. John's Oxf. 1863; Barrister. CastUlo 
Zamora, Realejo Alto, Tenerife. 

Rev. Charles Frederick. Son of Col. 
J., Gren. Gds. ; 1854''-1869'' ; Ball. Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; formerly Curate of Fresh- 
water, Isle of Wight, aft one of H.M.'s 
Inspectors of Schools, living at Hanting- 
don ; died 1892. 

Thomas Astley, J.P. Eld. son of Rev. 
T. A. M. of Mytten, and Vicar of Cuckfield'; 
1864»-1860» ; Newc. Select 1860 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; formerly Capt. Rifle Bgde., aft. 
Maj. 2nd Vol. Bn. R. Sussex Regt. ; J.P. 
and 0. Aid. for B. Sussex. Mytten, Cuck- 
field, Hayicard^s Heath. 



FIFTH FORM— Upper Division 
Carter 

(K.S., C.O.G. & F.E.D.) 



Bridger 

(K.S., VV.L.H. & F. St. 
J.T.) 



Marindin 

(E.B., aft K.S., E.B.) 



Mozley 



(K.S., J.L.J.) 



Phillpotts mi. 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 



Hollingworth ma, 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 



Cobbold 

(W.B.,aftK.S.,W.A.C. 
& E.D.S.) 



Richard Henry. Son of Rev. W. C, 
Rector of Hallavington, Chippenham ; 
1862''-1869» ; Eton XL 1869; Master of 
CoUege Beagles 1857-9 ; Christ's Coll. 
Camb. ; formerly farming. Lonsdale 
House, Montpellier Drive, Cheltenham, 

Robert Lowther, F.R.G.S., F.S.A. 
Son of W. M. B. of Halnaker Hoase, Chi- 
chester (Recorder of Chichester) ; 1863'- 
1859" ; Coll. Wall 1867-8, Keeper 1868 ; 
Mixed Wall 1868 ; New Coll. Oxf. ; in the 
Civil Service ; Principal Clerk in the Sec.'s 
Office G.P.O., ret 1904 ; m. Gabrielle, d. 
of Kenelm Digby Wingfield. Old Manor 
Hourse, Walton-on-Thames. 

George Eden, F.R.G.S. Son of Rev. 
S. M. ; formerly Capt 2nd Life Gds., aft 
Rector of Buckhom Weston, Bath ; 1852*- 
1860" ; Newc. Select 1859-60 ; Sch. of 
King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow of 
King's 1863; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 1864; 
Coll. Composition Lecturer 1864-5 ; Assist. 
Master at Eton 1866-87: Examiner in 
Greek at Univ. of London 1888-93 and 
1896-1900 ; Joint Editor of Smith's 
' Dictionary of Antiquities ' ; Editor of 
' Classical Review ' 1894-9 ; Editor of 
Lord Blachford's letters ; m. Letitia 
Frances, d. of George Griffiths. Ham- 
mond's Wood, Frensham, Farnham, Surrey. 

Henry Williams. Son of J. M. of 
Derby ; 1864»-1860" ; Newc. Select 1869, 
Sch. 1860 ; Tomline Prizeman 1868 ; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Fellow of King's and Members' Prize 1863 ; 
CThanc. Med., Ist Cl: Class. Trip, and Ist 
CI. Math. Trip 1864 ; Assist Master at 
Eton 1864-97 ; m. Clara, d. of Rev. J. 
Chandler of Witley. Haslemere, R.S.O., 
Surrey. 

Rev. Septimus Buller. Son of Ven. 
Archdn. P., Chanc. of the Diocese of 
Exeter; 1864"-1861" ; Newc. Select 1861; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Fellow of King's 1864 ; 2nd CI. Class. Trip. 
1865 ; Assist Master, St John's Coll. 
Hurstpierpoint 1866-8, Surrey County 
School at Cranleigh 1869-72, Bromsgrove 
Sch. 1872-3 ; 2nd Master at Swansea 
Grammar Sch. 1873-5 ; Assist Master at 
Bedford Grammar Sch. since 1875 ; Acting 
Chaplain, Bedford Eng. Vol. St, Gluvias, 
St. Andrew's Ed., Bedford. 

Rev. Henry. Son of Ven. J. B. H., 
D.D., Archdn. of Huntingdon ; 1864»-1860"; 
Newc. Select 1860; Coll. Wall 1858-9; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; FeUow 
of King's 1863; Ist 01. Class. Trip. 
1864 ; Curate at Cuckfield, Hayward's 
Heath 1866-78 ; Rector of St Benedict's, 
Ardwick, Manchester 1880-4; Curate of 
St Mary Magdalene's, Paddington, 1885- 
91 ; Vicar of B. Molesey, Kingston-on- 
Thames, 1891-1904. cjo F. Hollingworth, 
19 Gresham St., E.C. 

Felix Thornley, J.P. 8th son of J. 
C. C, M.P., of Holywells, Ipswich ; 1863^- 
1861" ; Sch. of King's ColL Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Fellow of King's 1864; let Cl. 
Class. Trip. 1865; 2nd Bursar 1871-6; 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1868 ; M.P. 
for Stowmarket Div. of SuflEolk 1886-6 ; 
Member of the firm of Cobbold dc Co., 
Brewers and Merchants, Ipswich, 1876- 
1900 ; Member of the firm of Bacon, Cob- 
bold & Co., Bankers, 1886-1904. The Lodge, 
Felixstowe, R.S.O., Suffolk. 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



53 



Gaselee 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 



Phillpotts ma. 

(K.8., W.L.H.) 



Palmer 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Palmer 

(Miss Gm aft. K.8., 
F.B.DO 

Jenner 

(Mrs. D., W.G.C. & 
J.B.Y.) 



Scholfield ma. 

(W.A.C.) 



Pedder 

(J.B.Y.) 



Middleton 

(KB.) 



Young mi. 

(J.L.J., aft K.S., 
J.L.J.) 



Burmester 

(K.S., J.B.Y.) 



Henry. Son of B. G., Barrister-at-Law ; 
ISSSMSeO*; Tomline Select 1860; Sch. 
of King's Ck>ll. Camb. ; LL.M. ; FeUow 
of King's 1863 ; Ist Gl. Math. Trip. 1864 ; 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1867, and 
has since practised as Equity Draaghteman 
and Conveyancer ; m. Alice Esther, d. of 
Rev. George Frost, LL.D. 76 Lindeti Gd».y 
W., and 11 New Sq,, LineoltCs Inn, W.C. 

Skxtus Howard. Son of Ven. Archdn. 
P., Chanc. of the Diocese of Exeter ; 1864'- 
1860* ; formerly in the Indian Civil Ser- 
vice, Bombay ; died in India Aug. 1883. 

George Hudson. 2nd son of Sir 
G. J. P., 3rd Bt, of Wanlip Hall, Leicester ; 
1864'-1869* ; BaU. CoU. Oxf. ; B.A. ; called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn. 28 Victoria St., 
&.W. 

Henry Marson. Son of Rev. H. P. of 
Stone, Clialfont St. Giles, Gerrard's Cross, 
Bucks ; 1864»-1869» ; Lincoln CoU. Oxf. ; 
died April 30, 1863. 

Herbert (aft Jenner-Fust), of Hill 
Court, Falfield, Glos. Eld. son of H. J.-F., 
LL.D., of Hill Court; 1854M869"; Trin. 
Hall Camb. ; M. A. ; one of the Gen. Insprs. 
of the L.G.B. ; J.P.'for oo. Gloucester : m. 
Flora Maclaine, d. of Maj. Gillean Maclaine 
Ross. 2 Westbourne Ed., Southport, and 
Local Government Board, Whitehall, 
S.W. 

Robert Stanley, J.P. Son of B. S., M.D., 
of Sand Hall; 1863»-1869»; Eton viii. 
1859 ; 0pp. and Mixed WaU and Field xi.s 
1858 : Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; caUed to 
the Bar, Lincoln's Inn : J.P. and Vioe- 
Chmn. of C.C. for E. Riding of Yorks ; m. 
Ada Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Canon Thomas 
Bradley Paget, Vicar of Welton. Sand 
Hall, Uowden. 

Arthur Edward. 3rd son of E. P., of 
Ashton Park, co. Lancaster ; 1863 '-I860' ; 
won School Fives 1860; m. Eliza, d. of 
Rev. Griffith Boynton of Barmston 
Rectory, Lowthorpe, Driffield. Bamuton, 
Mundesley-on-Sea, North Walsham ; Bran- 
diston Hall, Norwich, and 25 Westhoume 
Sq., W. 

William Frederick. Son of H. N. M. 
of Bradford Peverell, Dorchester ; 1862'- 
1869' ; 0pp. and Mixed WaU 1869 ; formerly 
Lieut 13th Somerset Lt Infty. ; died 1867. 

Rev. Albert Stewart Winthrop. 4th 
son of Capt Sir G. Y., 2nd Bt, R.N., of 
Formosa Place, Cookham, Berks; 1866'- 
1860» ; Newc. Select 1860 ; Coll. WaU 1859 ; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Fellow 
of King's 1863 ; Ist CI. Class. Trip. 1864 ; 
Curate of Datchet, Windsor, 1866-8 ; St 
Mary's, Marylebone, 1868-76 ; Vicar of St 
Luke's, Nutford Place, London, 1876-7; 
Vicar of Kingston-on-Thames since 1877; 
Select Preacher at Camb. 1886; Rural 
Dean since 1887 ; Surrogate for Diocese 
of Rochester; Chaplaui of 3rd Vol. Bn. 
E. Surrey Regt The Vicarage, Kingston- 
on-Thames. 

Frederick Garland. Son of Rev. 
G.B., Rector of Little Oakley, Harwich ; 
1865»-1869'' ; Merton OoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; in 
business In the City ; m. Florence Mary, 
d. of James Pitt Goodrich. 10 Palace 
Gate Mansion*, Kensington, W, 



Durnford ma. 

(J.W.H. & F.B.D., aft 
K.S., F.E.D.) 



Austen Leigh 

(K.S., W.A.C. & B.D.S.) 



Churton mi. 

(K.S., W.B.M. & B.W.) 



FoUett ma. 

(E.C. & Mrs. de R., 
E.C. & E.D.S.) 



Huddleston 

(K.S., W.W.) 



Croft 

(F.V., aft K.S., W.J.) 



Butterworth 

(F.E.D.) 



Goodrich 

(Mrs. v., aft. K.S., 
C.W.) 



Richard. Sou of Rt Rev. R. D., D.D., 
Bp. of Chichester; 1863»-1861'' ; Newc. 
Select 1861 ; Coll. WaU 1860 ; Sch. of King's 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Camden Med. 1864; 1st 
CI. Class. Trip. 1866; Fellow of King's 1866; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1869 ; 
Private Sec. to Duke of Richmond 1876 ; 
Assist Charity Oommnr. 1877 ; Sec. to 
Charity Commnrs. since 1900 ; m. Beatrice 
Mary, d. of Prideaux Selby of Paxton, 
Berwick. Hartlqi Westpall House, Basing- 
stoke, and 9 Cour^eld Rd., 8. W. 

William. Son of Rev. J. E. A. L., 
Vicar of Bray, Berks ; 1865»-1861'' ; Newc. 
Select 1860, Med. 1861 ; Coll. WaU 1860 ; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Browne's Med. 1862; FeUow of King's 
1864 ; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 1866 ; 2nd 
Bursar 1876-87 ; In Parliament Office, 
House of Lords, since 1869 ; Clerk of the 
Journals, House of Lords. Hartfield, 
Roehampton, 

Rt. Rev. Henry Norris, D.D., Bp. of 
Nassau. Son of Ven. B. C, Archdn. of 
Cleveland, Yorks; 1866»-1861* ; Newc. 
Select 1860, Sch. 1861 ; Coll. Wall 1869-60 ; 
Mixed WaU 1860; Sch. of Univ. CoU. 
Oxf. ; 2nd CI. Lit Hum. 1866 ; Curate of 
Stoke-on-Trent 1868-70, East Retford 
1870-2, Christ Church, West Brcmwlch, 
1872-9; Vicar of St John EvangeUst, 
W. Bromwlch, 1879-83; Curate of St 
James' Chapel, Avouwick, 1884-91 ; 
Diocesan Treas. and Mlssloner 1892-1901 ; 
Examining Chaplain to Bp. of Nassau 
1893-1901 ; Archdn. of Bahamas 1898-1901 ; 
Bp. of Nassau 1902-4 ; m. EUen Margaret 
Wiggins ; drowned ofiE Ragged Island 
while returning to his Mission Yacht, 
Jan. 20, 1904. 

Edward Charles. 4th son of Sir 
W. W. F., Attorney-Gen., of Culm Davy, 
CuUompton ; 1864''-1861* ; TomUne Prize- 
man 1869; 0pp. WaU 1868 and 1860; 
Mixed WaU 1869-60; Field xi. 1868-60, 
Keeper 1860 ; BaU. ColL Oxf. ; died 1869. 

Thomas Jervoise. Of Thurston, Bury 
St Edmunds ; son of P. H. of Norton, 
Bury St Edmunds ; 186j)»-1860' ; Master 
of College Beagles 1860 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; Slade Exhibitioner 1860 ; 1st CI. 
Mods. 1862 ; 1st CL Law 1864 ; Banker ; 
m. Laura, d. of John Josselyu of St 
Edmund's Hill, Bury St Edmunds ; died 
April 29, 1886. 

Henry Herbert Stephen. Sou of 
Rev. S. C. of Ipswich ; 1855»-1860' ; Sch. 
of Trin. CoU. Camb. ; M.A. ; Junr. Opt 
and 3rd CI. Class. Trip. ; Barrister-at-Law ; 
appointed Registrar of Courts for Trial of 
Municipal Election Petitions 1875, 1883-91; 
Recorder of Tenterden since 1891 : m. 
Emma, d. of Robert Kearse of New 
Brighton, Birkenhead. 10 Sussex Sq., 
Brighton, and 11 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, E.C. 

Reginald Wyndham, J.P. Son of 
T. S. B. of Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol ; 
1866'-1869*; Prince Consort's German 
Prize 1869 ; Exeter Coll. Oxt ; m. d. of 
F. S. Danlel-Tyssen of Sandgate, Kent 
Rockwell, Henhury, Bristol, and 63 Pulteney 
St., Bath. 

Harry St. Aubyn. Of Energlyn, Caer- 
philly, Cardiff ; 2nd son of J. P. G. of 
Energlyn ; 1866»-1869' ; Exeter CoU. Oxf. ; 
Indian ClvU Service 1863-90 ; Member of 
Legislative CouncU of the Viceroy 1884-7 ; 
J.P. for CO. Glamorgan ; m. Adelaide, d. of 
B. Wlngfield Gulldlng ; died Feb. 17, 1906. 



54 



ETON SCHOOL LTSTS. 



[1859. 



Monck 

(Miss E., E.B.) 



Mr. Lyttelton max, 

(E.O. & W.E., E.C. & 
W.J.) 



Baker ma. 

(W.B., RD.) 



Law 

(K.S., W.L.B.) 



Lord J. Hervey 

(B.B) 



Elwes 

(F.B.D.) 



Wynne ma, 

(W.A.C.) 



Wilson 

(K.S. 



Hop wood ma. 

(E.B.) 



I William Bebkblet, J.P. Eld. son of 
J. B. M. of Coley Park ; ISM'-lSeo* ; 

; Magd. C!olI. Ozf. ; B.A. ; Barrister-at-Law ; 

I m. Althea Faaline Louisa, d. of Gten. 

I Charles Fanshawe ; J.P. for Berks. Coleji 
Park, Reading. 

' Hon. Charles George (8th Visct. 
Cobham). Eld. son of Rt Hon. George 
William, 4th Lord Lyttelton ; 18M*-1860» : 
Eton XI. 1857-60, Capt 1859-60 ; 0pp. WaU 
1857-8 ; Mixed WaU 1858-9, Keeper 1859 ; 
Field XI. 1858-9; Pres. Eton Soc. 1859-60; 
won School Fives 1860 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
M. A. : 1st CI. Law Trip, and Snd CI. Class. 
Trip. 1864 ; Camb. xi. 1861-4 ; M.P. for 
E. Worcesters 1868-74; Land Commnr. 
1881-9 ; I>ep.-Chmn. G.W. Railway 1890-1 ; 
a Railway Commnr. since 1891 ; Chmn. 
Royal Commn. on AgricL Depression 
1896-7 ; Fellow of Eton since 1891 ; 
Trustee Nat. Portrait Gallery ; formerly 
Lieut.-Col. Queen's Worcesters Yeo. Cav. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Worcester ; m. Hon. 
Mary Susan Caroline Cavendish, d. of 
William George, 2nd Lord GQiesham. Hag- 
lejf Holly Stourbridge. 

Graxyillb Edwin Lloyd, J.P. Eld. son 
of T. B. L. B. of Hardwicke Court : 1854'- 
1859»; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; in the Royal 
Gloucesters Hussars 1861-78 ; J.P. and C.C. 
for CO. Gloucester ; m. Catherine, d. of Hon. 
Arthur Lascelles of Norley, Warrington. 
Hardwicke Courts Oloueester. 

William. Son of Rev. W. L., Rector of 
Orwell, Royston, Herts; 1855»-1860' ; 
R. M. Academy, Woolwich ; Officer, Royal 
Art. ; served at the siege of Kandahar 
(mentioned in despatches) ; m. Harriette 
Charlotte, d. of Peter Connellan of Col- 
more, CO. Kilkenny ; died June 29, 1881, 
from illness contracted in tbe si^e of 
Kandahar. 

John William Nicholas. 3rd son of 
Frederick William, 2nd Marquis of Bristol ; 
1853»-1860»; Trin. Coll. Camb.; B.A. ; 
3rd Cn. Classics 1864 ; formerly Maj. 3rd 
Bn. Suffolk Regt. ; J.P. for Suffolk ; died 
Feb. 25, 1902. 

John Richard Harrington Cart. 
Son of H. R. H. C. E. ; 1854»-1859» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Barrister-at-Law ; 
CSapt. 1st King's Own Staffs Mil. ; died 
Sept 19, 1872. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Charles Arthur (aft 
Wynne-Finch). Of Yoelas, Bettws-y-Coed 
and Cefn Amwlch, co. (Carnarvon ; eld. 
son of Charles vV^.-F. of Yoelas and (^efu 
Amwlch ; 1863»-1859* ; Eton viii. 1858-9, 
Capt and Stroke 1859 ; Lieut-Col. Scots 
Gds. (ret) ; J.P. for co. Denbigh ; J.P. 
and D.L. for oo. (^marvon. High Sheriff 
1881 ; m. Maud Emily, d. of Col. Hon. 
Richard Charteris ; died Dec 4, 1903. 

George Herbert Dashwood. Sou of 
Lieut-Col. G. W. of the Bombay Army ; 
1853'-1861' ; ColL Wall 1860 ; Magd. C!olL 
Camb. ; Bombay Civil Service, ret 1892 ; 
m. Annie Jane Borrodaile, d. of Alexander 
Stewart of Achnacone, co. Argyll ; died 
Jan. 7, 1892. 

Rev. Canon Frank Edward. Son of 
Canon H. of Win wick, Newton-le- Willows ; 
1852»-1860'; Cox of Eton viii. 1858-60; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Cox of Oxf. viii. 
1862-3 ; Curate of Gt Yarmouth 1867-69 ; 
Vicar of St James', Congleton, 1869-79 ; 
Rector of Badsworth, Poutef ract, 1879-88 ; 
Rector of Bury 1888-93; Hon. Canon of 
Manchester and Rural Dean of Bury ; m. 
Helen Frances, d. of Col. J. Colvin, C.B., 
of Leintwardine, co. Hereford ; died 1893. 



Horner 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 



Jeudwine 

(T.H S., C.OJ.) 



Partington 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Coore ma. 

(W.W.) 



Snow 

(r.H.S., aft K.S., 
C.C.J.) 



Lubbock 7na. 

(Miss G., E.C. & J.L.J.) 



Fraser 

(W.A.C.) 

Hotham 

(K.S., R.D.) 



Barnett 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 



Shepbard 

(W.A.C.) 



Custance 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 



John Francis Fortescub, J.P., D.L. 
Eld. son of Rev. J. S. H. H. of Mells Park ; 
Preb. of Wells and Rector of Mells ; 1855*- 
1861' ; Ball. ColL Oxf. ; M.A. ; 1st Gl. Law 
and Hist 1865 ; called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1868; Commr. of Woods and 
Forests, and Land Revenue ; J.P. and D.L. 
for 00. Somerset, High Sheriff 1885 ; m. 
Frances, d. of William Graham of Cathe- 
dral St, Glasgow. Mells Parky Frome^ and 
9 Buckingham Gate^ 8.W. 

WiLUAif Wynne. Son of Rev. W. J. of 
Ghichelev, Bucks; 1855*-1859' ; Exeter 
ColL Oxf. ; formerly CSapt 87th Fusiliers, 
aft 2nd Derby Mil. ; Land Agent to the 
Duke of Devonshire. Walton Lodges 
Chesterfield. 

Rev. Thomas. Son of K P. of Offham, 
Lewes; 1854'-1859''; Trin. CoU. Camb.; 
M.A. ; formerly Curate of St Thomas', 
Ryde, Isle of Wight; Vicar of Nether- 
field, Battle, Sussex, 1868-88; m. Jessie, 
d. of Rev. T. Sheepshanks, Rector of St 
John's, Coventry ; died Feb. 25, 1888. 

Henry Mark Gale (aft Gale). Son of 
H. F. C. of Scruton Hall, Bedale ; 1855''- 
1860* ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; B.A. ; Zrd CI. 
Caass. Trip. ; J.P. ; m. Hon. Mary Emily 
Strutt, d. of Rt Hon. Edward, Ist Lord 
Belper ; died 1890. 

Wiluam Vicary, M.D., F.R.C.P. Son 
of W. S. of Barnstaple ; 1857*-1860* ; OolL 
WaU 1859 ; FeUowes Med. Univ. CJoU. 
Hospital ; a Physician practising at Bourne- 
mouth : Sen. Phys. Royal Victoria Hospital 
and Nat Sanatorium, Bournemouth ; m. 
Charlotte Ivy, d. of James Whitehiw 
Stronge, M.D., of Dublin. 2 Richmond 
Gdrn.i jBournemouth. 

Frederic. 6th son of Sir J. W. L., 
3rd Bt,of High Elms, Famborough, Kent ; 
1852»-1860* ; 0pp. and Mixed Wall, and 
Field XI.S 1859 ; Merchant ; m. Catherine, 
d. of John Gurney. of Earlham Hall, 
Norwich. EmmetU, Ide Hilly Sevenoaks, 
and 26 Cadogan Gds., S.W. 

Henry Seymour. Son of — F., Ck>unty 
Court Judge ; 1854'-1859» ; won double 
Sculling 1858; 0pp. Wall 1858; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf ; died 1887. 

Rev. Frederick William. Eld. son of 
Capt J. W. H., RN., 1854M862' ; Queen's 
ColL Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Radlett, 
Herts, 1879-83, Brome, Eye, 1883-8 ; Chap, 
of Chard Union 1889-1902; Rector of 
Cricket Malherbie since 1888. Cricket 
Malherbie Rectorpy Ilminster. 

George Wheat. Eld. son of H. B. of 
Glympton Park, Woodstock ; 1854*-1860' ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Banker (Barnett & Hoare) ; 
died unm. 1878. 

Horatio Hale. Son of J. 8. of Doctors' 
Commons; 1855 '-1859'; BalL CoU. Oxf.; 
M.A. ; LL.D. (Glasgow) ; called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1867 ; held various legal 
appointments in Madras, inc. Advocate- 
Gen, and Judge of the High CJourt, ret 
1901 ; Legal Adviser and Solicitor to Sec. 
of State for India ; m. Agnes, d. of Lieut- 
Gten. J. W. Rideout 58 Montagu Sq.y W. 

Rev. Arthur Clement. Son of Rev. 
F. C, Rector of Colwall, Malvern ; 1854*- 
1861' ; ColL Wall 1860 ; Wadham CoU. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Cradley, Staffs, 
1866-71, Aldridge, Walsall, 1871-3, East 
Retford, Notts, 1873-5, Blyth, Notts, 
1876-86 ; Rector of Binbrook since 1886 ; 
m. Emily C, d. of Rev. Henry John Neale 
Chase, Rector of Twyning, Tewkesbury. 
Binbrook Rectory y Market Rosen, 



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Lord Newry 

(A.F.B.) 



Hobbs 

(T.H.S.,W.G.C.&W.W.) 



Glennie 

(Mies Em A.F.B.) 

Daman ma. 

(S.T.H., aft. K.S., 
F.E.D.) 



Bosanquet 

(MiBS E., KB. & E.W.) 



Young min, 

(Home, aft. K.S., J.L.J.) 



Biilteel 

(K.S., P.B.D.) 



Eyre 

(P.B.D.) 



HoUingworth mi, 

(K.S., J.L.J.) 



Arbuthnot 

(P.B.D.) 



Francis Oharlbs, Yisct (3rd Earl of 
Kilmorey), K.F. Eld. son of Francis Jack, 
Yisct. Newry, and grandson of Francis 
Jack, 2nd Earl of Kilmorey ; ISSS'-lSeO* ; 
Ch. Oh. Oxf. ; M.A. ; M.P. for Newry 
1871-4 ; Hon. Col. Comm. Salop Yeo. Oav. 
since 1895 ; A.D.C. to the King since 1901 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for oo.s Salop, Armagh and 
Down, High Sheriff 1871 ; m. Ellen Con- 
stance, d. of Edward Holmes Baldock, 
M.P. for Shrewsbury. Mourne Park^ 
Newrpj and 6 Aldford St., Park Lane, W. 

LlEDT.-COI* JOSIAH WlIJJAM PEARSE-. 

Son of W.H., of Priory Lodge, near Read- 
ing ; 1864'-1860": Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
served in the 5th Fusiliers, 1865-86 ; Lieat.- 
Col.(ret.): J.P. for CO. Ayr; m. Elizabeth, 
d. of John de Coma, of Highfield, St. 
Qaens, Jersey. Lotubun^ Oalston, R.S.O.t 
Ayrshire. 

WiLUAM HoBSON. Son of J. I. 6. of 
15 Devonshire St., W. ; 1865'-1859» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; SoUcitor. 16 Devon- 
shire St., Portland Place, W. 

Rev. Henry. Son of Rev. C. D. ; 
1864*-1861»; Tomline Prizeman 1860; 
Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Demy 1861 ; Ist 
CI. Math. Mods, and Jonr. Math. Sch. 
1863 ; Sen. Math. Sch. and Snd CI. Lit 
Hum. 1865 ; FeUow of Magd. 1867 ; Math. 
Master Magd. Coll. Sch. 1866-9 ; Assist. 
Master at Eton 1869-1899; Yicar of 
Moulsford since 1899 ; m. Katharine 
Eleanor, d. of Rev. John Gabriel Cromwell, 
Rector of Stisted, Braintree. Moul^ord 
Vicarage, Wallincford. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Bernard Tindal, J.P.,D.L. 
Of Claysmore, Enfield, Middlesex ; 2nd 
son of J. W. B. of Claysmore 1866»-1861» ; 
Tomline Select 1861 ; Maj. and Hon. 
Lieut-Col. 7th Bn. Rifle Bgde. (ret); 
Broker; J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex, High 
Sheriff 1898 ; m. Eva Maude, d. of 
Sir William James Richmond Cotton, 
Chamberlain of the City of London. 
Conservative Club, 74 St. James's St., S. W. 

BuLELET Samuel. 6th son of Capt 
Sir G. Y., 2nd Bt, R.N., of Formosa Place, 
Cookham, Berks: 1866>-1862*: Newc. 
Select 1862 ; Tomline Select 1862 ; ColL 
Wall 1860-1 ; Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; 
B.A. : Browne's Med. 1864 ; 1st CI. Math. 
Trip, and 2nd CI. Class. Trip. 1866 ; 
Selected Candidate for the Indian Qvil 
Service ; killed by a fall in descending Mont 
Blanc, Aug. 23, 1866. 

Rev. Courtenay John. Son of Rev. 
0. J. C. B., Yicar of Holbeton, Ivybridge ; 
1856«-1862*; CoU.Wall 1869-62, Keeper 1862, 
Mixed Wall 1860-2, Keeper 1862 ; Demy of 
Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Curate of Erming- 
ton, Ivybridge, 1868 ; Yicar of Chrlstow, 
Exeter, 1892-1904 ; died Mar. 19, 1904. 

FredericxHussey Daniel, J.P. Son of 
Rev. F. K. E. of Mndeford ; 1866'-1869* ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxt ; formerly Hon. Maj. Hants 
Yol. ; J.P. for Hants. The Lawn, Mude- 
ford, Christehurch, Hants. 

Francis. Son of Yen. J. B. H., D.D., 
Archdn. of Huntingdon; 1866M862'; 
Newc. Select 1862 ; Coll. and Mixed WaU 
1860-1 ; Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 
1st CI. Class. Trip. 1866 ; admitted a 
Solicitor 1872 ; now a member of the firm 
of Micklem and Hollingwortii. Lavendon, 
Douglas Rd., Harpenden, S.O., Herts, and 
19 Gresham St., B.C. 

Robert Georoe. 4th son of A. F. A. 
of 26 Hyde Park Gdns., W. ; 1866»-1861* ; 
Newc. Select 1861; Sch. of Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; Ist CI. Class. Trip. 1866 ; Barrister- 
at-Law : Joint Editor of * Sndth's Leading 
Oases ' ; m. Ellen Mary, d. of Sir WiUiam 
Mnir, K.C.S.I., D.O.L., Principal of the 
Univ. of Edinburgh ; died March 19, 1890. 



Hamilton 

(Miss E., KB. & B.W.) 



Smith ma, 

(J.L.J.) 



Wood 7tia. 

(F.Y., W.J.) 



Hodges 

(P.B.D.) 



More-Molyneux 

(K.S., W.L.E.) 



Jenkyns ma. 

(W.E., E.B.) 



Bound 

(F.E.D.) 



Welby 

(W.B.M.) 



Birley 

(F.E.D.) 



Col. Henry Blackburne. Eld. son of 
Rev. H. H. of Devonshire Place, W. ; 
1866»-1860» : Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Comet 
6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers) 1864; 
Lieut-Col. 1886; Comm. 14th Hussars 
1887-91 ; Brev.-Col. 1890 ; ret 1896 ; served 
in Afghan War 1879-80 (mentioned in des- 
patches and Med.) ; m. 1st Isabella Lottie, 
d. of John K. Wedderbum, 2nd Life Gda. ; 
2nd, Florence Emily, d. of Lieut-Gen. 
0. B. Bwart C.B., Lieut-Gov. of Jersey. 
United Service Club, 116 Pall Mall, S. W. 

Rev. Spencer Compton Spencer-. 
Son of S. S. of Brooklands, Hants ; 1856'- 
1860*; played against Winchester I860: 
0pp. Wall and Field xls 1860 ; Ball. 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1863 ; 
Curate of St Michael's, Coventry, 1869-71, 
Symondsbury, Dorset 1871, Kingston, 
■1871-7 ; Yicar of Kingston since 1877 ; 
m. Mary, d. of Adml. Coepatrick BailUe- 
Hamilton. Kingston Vicarage, Wareham, 

Lieut.-Col. Hon. Henry John 
LiNDLEY. Of Melton Park, Doncaster ; 
3rd son of Rt Hon. Charles, 1st Yisct 
HaUfax ; 1864M860" ; 0pp. Wall 1869 ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; ent 10th Hussars 
1864 ; served in the Ashanti War as A.D.C. 
to Sir Garnet Wolseley 1874 (promoted to 
Capt 12th Lancers, Med. and Clasp) ; in 
Cyprus 1878 and Zulu War 1879 (mentioned 
in despatches): ret. as Hon. Lieut-Col. 
1883 ; D.L. for W. Riding of forks ; m. 
Laura Adeline, d. of Ernest Thellussou of 
Beacousfield Tower, Ramsey, Isle of Man, 
and widow of James Montagu of Melton 
Park ; died Jan. 5, 1903. 

Henry, J.P. Of Bohiey Court Henley- 
on-Thames ; eld. son of J. F. H. of Bohiey 
Court ; 1865M859' ; formerly Lieut 2nd 
Queen's Regt ; J.P. for co. Oxford ; m. 
Eleanor, d. of Capt Palairet 

Rev. Henry Walter. Son of Rev. G. 
M.-M. of Compton Rectory, Guildford ; 
1866»-1862' ; Sch. of C. C. C. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
Coll. Wall 1861-2 : Curate of Bromsgrove, 
Worcester, 1868-9 ; m. Olivia Emma, d. of 
Rev. George William Murray, Yicar of 
Bromsgrove ; died 1871. 

Rev. Richard. 2nd son of Rev. H. J., 
D.D., Canon of Durham ; 1856'-1860"; Trin. 
ColL Oxf. : M.A. ; Curate of Shildon, 
Darlington, 186^-9, Washington, Durham, 
1871-2 ; Rector of Wallsend, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, 1872-«6 ; m. Rosa Isabella, d. of 
Rev. Thomas Ilderton, Yicar of Felton, 
Alnwick ; died June 1886. 

Rt. Hon. James, M.P., J.P., D.L. Eld. 
son of Rev. J. T. R., B.D., of The Holly 
Trees, Colchester ; 1865»-1860" ; Eton xi. 
1869-60 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; caUed to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1868 ; formerly Maj. W. 
Essex Mil. ; M.P. for E. Essex 1868-«6 and 
N. E. Essex (Harwich) since 1886 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Essex ; m. Sibylla Johanna, 
d. of Rev. Henry Freeland, Rector of 
Hasketon, Woodbridge. Birch Hall, 
Colchester; The Elms, Acton, W.,and 31 
De Vere Gds., Kensington, W. 

Rev. Philip James Earle. 6th son of 
Sir G. E. W. (aft Welby-Gregory), 3rd Bt, 
of Denton Hall, Grantham ; 1866M861' ; 
Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Gran- 
tham, 1866-8 : Rector of Stroxton, near 
Grantham, 1868-78 ; died unm. Aug. 26. 
1873. * ' 

Rev. Edward Hornby. 7th son of H. 
H. B. of Manchester ; 1865»-1860* ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf.; M.A. : Assist Minister, Quebec 
Chapel, Loudon, 1866-76 ; Yicar of 
EUastone since 1875 ; m. M. I., d. of 
Rev. J. Pigott EUastone Vicarage, 
Adiboume. 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Baskerville 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.H.) 

Allen 

(W.A.O.) 



Dupuis 

(K.S., A.P.B.) 



Norman 

(Mrs. D., W.B.M. & 
E.W.) 



Longfield ma. 

(J.L.J.) 



Chapman 

(Mrs. D., W.B.M. & 
B.W.) 



Sir E. Hamilton 

(Mrs. v., W.L.H.) 



Boughey 

(W.A.C.) 



Moore ma. 

(C.W.) 



Allen ma. 

(W.B., R.D.) 



Capt. Edwakd Reginald Mynors. 
3rd son of T. B. M. B. of Olyro Goart, Hay, 
Hereford ; 1864*-1869» ; Capt 11th and 
36th ftegts. (ret). Berthddu, Uandinam^ 
R.S.O.y Montg<mer%$hire. 

John Hiooins. Son of Ven. J. A., 
Archdn. of Salop ; 1866M860* ; Trin. CoU. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Barrister, Lincoln's Inn ; 
Principal Clerk, Charity Commn. ; m. 
Elizabeth Rose, d. of William Walker. 
6 Durham Place^ Chelsea^ & W. 

Rev. Bdward John Gore. Son of Rev. 
6. J. D., Assist and Lower Master, Fellow, 
Barsar, and Vice-Provost of Eton ; 1866'- 
1862» ; Coll. Wall 1862 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; 
M.A. : Snd Gl. Law and Mod. Hist 1867 ; 
Curate of Aylesford, Maidstone, 1869-70 ; 
Conduct of "Eton 1870-6; Rector of Alphing- 
ton since 1880 ; Raral Dean of Kenn since 
1886 ; m. Sophia Letitia, d. of Rev. 
Samael John Heathcote, Yicar of WiUi- 
ton, Tannton. Alphington Rectory ^ Kxeter. 

Phiup, P.8.A. Son of J. W. N. of 
Bromley Common, Kent ; Director of the 
Bank of England ; 1866'-1860' ; Eton xi. 
1869-60 : Opp. Wall and Field xi.s 1869 ; 
won Hardies 1869 ; in Business at Jerez, 
Spain, 1868-72 ; Treas. of Society of Anti- 
quaries ; Artist and Antiquary ; married. 
46 Evelyn Gds., & Kensington^ S. W. 

Richard Edmund, J.P., D.L. Sou of 
R. L. of LongueviUe ; 1866M869" ; Trin. 
ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Cork, High Sheriff 1887 ; m. Alberta 
Charlotte, d. of Sir William Howard Rus- 
sell, Kt LonguevUley Mallow^ co. Cork. 

Rey. Canon Edward William. Son 
of W. Q. C. of Paul's Cray Hill ; 1866»- 
1860* ; Opp., Mixed Wall and Field xi.s 
1868-40 ; Keeper of the Field 1869 ; Keeper 
of Wall 1860 ; Ist Commandant Eton Cadet 
Corps 1860 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. .' M.A. ; 
Curate of Doncaster 1866-9, St Pancras 
1870-3, Stevenage 1872-3 : Yicar of Laner- 
cost Abbey 1873-9 ; Rural Dean of Bramp- 
ton 1876-9 ; Vicar of Penrith 1879-88, Rural 
Dean 1882-6 ; Hon. Canon of Carlisle 1887 ; 
Curate of St Luke's, Chelsea, S.W., since 
1888; m. Hon. Theodoeia, d. of Hon. 
Stephen Edmond Spring-Rice. PauVs Crap 
Hniy St. FauVs Craify Kent. 

Edward Archibald. 2nd Bt of Tre- 
binshun House, co. Brecon, and 4th Bt. of 
Marlborough House, Hants ; eld. son of 
J. J. E. H. and gn^ndson of Admiral 
Sir E. J. H., 1st Bt of Trebinshun and 
Cousin of Col. Sir C. J. J. H., 3rd Bt of 
Marlborough House; 1864M869''; Capt 
Coldstream Gds. (ret) ; m. Mary Elizabeth, 
d. of Joseph Gill of Treweni, Salop. 
Iping Botuet Midhurst^ and 13 Devonshire 
Place, W. 

Rev. Robert. 6th son of Sir T. F. P. 
B., 8rd Bt, of Aqualate, co. Stafford ; 
1866'-1861* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Curate 
of Stoke-on-Trent 1866-76 ; Vicar of Betley 
since 1876. Betley Vicarage, Crewe. 

George John, J.P., D.L. Son of G. M. 
of Appleby Hall; 1866"-1860"; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Leicester, 
High Sheriff 1881 ; m. Louisa^ d. of Samuel 
Trehawke Kekewich of Peamore, Devon. 
Appleby Ball, Atherstone. 

Herbert James, J.P., F.R.as., 
M.R.A.S. (Lond.). Son of C. A. of Norton, 
Member of Legislative Council of India ; 
1866'-1869»; Trin. Coll. Camb.; H.M.'s 
Consul at Newchwang, China (ret) ; J.P. 
for CO. Pembroke ; m. Mary Collinson, d. 
of William James Goodeve of Clifton, 
Bristol. 10 The Norton, Tenby. 



Wykebam 

(R.D.) 



Smith 

(J.W.H. & J.L.J.) 

Lord Brabazon 

(A.F.B.) 



Hope-Johnstone 

(J.L.J.> 



Smith 

(COkF.) 

Byron ma. 

(Miss G., W.B.M. 
B.W.) 



Watkins 



Eaton ma. 

(KB.) 



Chapman 

(E.B.) 



Le Marchant 

(E.B.) 



Witt 

(K.S., F.E.D.) 



Philip James Digby, J.P., D.L. 2nd son 
of A. W. W. ot SwalcUffe Park, Banbury ; 
1864»-1869» ; Exeter Coll. Oxt ; B.A. ; 
Hon. Fourtii Law and Mod. Hist ; for- 
merly Capt N. Glouoesters Mil. ; J.P. for 
CO. Gloucester and Bucks ; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Oxford ; m. Cteorgiaha Caroline, 
d. of Joseph John Henley of Waterperry, 
Oxford. Tythrop Bouse, Thame. 

Arthur Talbot. Son of H. P. 8. of the 
62udRegt; 1863M860"; Trin. Coll. Camb.; 
M.A. ; Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn ; m. 
Susan, d. of W. Gresham Barber. Granville 
Bouse, Oranville Place, Portman Sq., W. 

Rt. Hon. Reginald (12th Earl of Meath), 
K.P. 2nd son of William, 11th Earl of M. ; 
1864M869' ; ent Foreign Office as Clerk 
1863 ; exchanged into Diplomatic Service 
1866 ; Frankfort-on-Main 1866 ; BerUn 
1868-70 ; The Hague 1870 ; Paris 1871-3 ; 
Ist Hon. Sec. Hospital Sat Fund 1874 ; 
1st Chmn. Young Men's Friendly Soc. 
1879 ; Ist and present Chmn. Metropolitan 
Public Garden Assocn. ; Ist. President 
British College of Physical Education ; Aid. 
L.C.C. 1889-92 and 1898-1901 ; formerly 
Hon. Col. 6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers ; 
m. Lady Mary Jane Maitland, d. of 
Thomas, 11th Earl of Lauderdsile. Kill- 
ruddery. Bray, Ireland ; The Coppice, 
Rathdrum, Ireland ; Ardee Cottage, Otter- 
shaw, Chertsey, and 83 Lancaster Gate, W. 

John Jambs, J.P., D.L. Of Annandale, 
CO. Dumfries ; eld. son of W. J. H.-J. of 
Annandale ; 1866'-1861' ; formerly in the 
Rifle Bgde. ; aft in the Gren. Gds. ; M.P. 
for CO. Dumfries 1874-80 ; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Dumfries ; Keeper, of Lochmaben 
Palace. BaehUls, Lockerbie. 

Arthlti Denman. 1868'-1869*; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. 

Edmund. Son of T. B. of Goulsdon 
Court ; 1864»-1861" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
J.P. for Surrey ; m. Charlotte Emily, d. of 
Gen. K R. Jeffreys, C.B., of Seafleld 
House, Ryde, Isle of Wight Coulsdon 
Court, Caterham, Caterham Valley, S.O., 
Surrey. 

William Hubert. Son of W. W. of 
Beckford Hall, Tewkesbury; 1862''-1861'; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf.; Capt 10th Hussars; died 
unm. May 4, 1882. 

Henry Enderby. Eld. son of Henry 
William,lstLordCheyle8moTe; 1866»-1869*; 
partner in Messrs. Eaton, Silk Brokers ; m. 
Hon. Inna Fellowes, d. of Edward, Ist 
Lord de Ramsey ; died April7, 1879. 

Horace Edward, J.P. Of Donhead 
House, Salisbury ; 7th son of D. B. C. of 
Downshire House, Roehampton, S.W. ; 
1866M869" ; Downing Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
J.P. for CO. Wilts ; m. Adelaide Maria, d. of 
Sir Henry Fletcher, 3rd Bt 9 Warrior 
Square Terrace, St. Leonard's-on-Sea. 

Capt. John Gaspard. Son of Gen. 
Sir J. G. Le M., G.C.B., G.C.M.G. ; 1864'- 
1869* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Capt 7th 
Hussars ; served in N.W. India 1862 
(mentioned in despatches, Med. and Clasp); 
Sec. of Charity Org. Soc. ; m. d. of Lewis 
Finch of Tooting, S.W. 22 Ranelagh 
Grove, Pimlico,S.W. 

Ernest Edwin (aft de >Vitt). Son of 
J. M. W. of Swaffham Prior, Cambridge ; 
1866M862* ; Newc. Select 1862 ; ColL and 
Mixed WaU 1869-61, Keeper 1860-1 ; Master 
of CoUege Beagles 1861-2; Sch. of St 
Peter's Coll. Camb. ; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 
1866 ; Barrister-at-Law ; m. Constance, d. 
of Thomas Burgoyne. 120 Queen*s Rd., 
Richmond, Surrey, and 1 King's Bench 
Walk, Temple, B.C. 



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57 



Stuart 

(J.L.J.) 

Cunningham 

(J.W.H.. aft. K.S., 
O.C.J.) 



Moore 

(K.S.,C.W.) 



Lord Boringdon 

(A.F.B.) 



Hodgson 



(Mrs. de R., aft E.S., 
E.B. & E.W.) 



Bethell 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Jenkyns mi, 

(Wr.E., B.B.) 



Neave ma. 

(J,L.J.) 



Cleasby 

(Miss G., R.D.) 



Douglas Moray. Son of D. W. S. ; 
1856M881* ; Nejec. Select 1860-1 ; Exeter 
CJolL Oxf. ; died Nov. 26, 1863. 

Francis Edward. Son of £tev. F. M. C, 
Rector of Witney, Oxfords ; 1864»-1863» ; 
Newc. Select 1863 ; Tomline Select 1863 ; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Gamb. ; B.A. ; 
1st CU Class. Trip, and Ist CI. Law 
Trip. 1867 ; Camb. viii. 1887 ; Barrister- 
at-Law and Government Advocate, British 
Burmah ; m. Miss Coddington ; died of 
fever at Rangoon, May 19, 1877. 

Charles Robert. Son of Rev. J. W. M. 
Rector of Hordley, Ellesmere ; 1856='-1863'' ; 
Coll. Wall 1861-2 ; Sch. of C.C.C. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1865 ; 2nd CI. 
Lit. Hum. ; Land Agent. The HollieSy 
Ellesmere. 

Rt. Hon. Ai.bkrt Edmund, Visct. (8rd 
Earl of Morley). Son of Edmand (2nd 
Earl of M.); 1866M861' ; Eton viii. 
1860-1 ; BalL Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 1st CI. 
Mods. 1863 ; Ist CI. Lit. Ham. 1865 ; Lord- 
in-Waiting to Queen Victoria 186&-74 ; 
Under Sec. of State for War 1880-5 ; Ist 
Commissioner of Works 1886 ; Chmn. of 
Committees and Dep. Speaker of House 
of Lords 1889-1905 ; Fellow of Eton 1871- 
1905 ; Chmn. of Devon C.C. ; J.P. and D.L, 
for CO. Devon ; m. Margaret, d. of Robert 
Stayner Holford, M.P., of Westonbirt, 
Tetbnry ; died Feb. 26, 1905. 

Vbn. Archdn. Robert. Son of Rev. 
J. H., Vicar of Hoxne, Eye ; 1866»-1862' ; 
Sch. and Exhibnr. of Oriel Ck>ll. Oxf. ; 
M.A. : Ist CI. Mods. 1864 ; 3rd CI. Lit. 
Hum. 1867 ; Curate of Stoke-on-Trent 
1868-72; Vicar of Ch. Church, West 
Bromwich, 1872-83 ; Vicar of Walsall and 
Rural Dean 1883-92 ; Rector of Hands- 
worth, Birmingham, 1892-1903 ; Rural 
Dean 1893-8 ; Proctor for Archdny. of 
Stafford 1895 ; Archdn. of Stafford since 
1898 : Preb. of Lichfield since 1894 ; m. 1st, 
Katharine, d. of Robert Gauler of Horusey ; 
2nd, Gertrude Katharine, d. of H. N. Heals 
of Highfield, Hemel Hempstead. 74 Castle 
St., Cirencester. 

Hon. Waiter John. Of Hinton St. 
George, Crewkenie ; 4th son of Rt. Hon. 
Sir Richard, 1st Lord Westbury, D.C.L. ; 
1866'-1869"; Ball. ColL Oxf.; B.A. ; 
Barrister (ret.) ; m. Ada Mary, d. of Rev. 
Charles Welfitt Blathwayt, and widow of 
Thomas Hole of Moorlands, Crewkeme. 
Travellers' Club, 106 Pall Mall, S. W. 

Rev. John. Son of Rev. H. J., D.D., 
Canon of Durham; 1866'-1861'' ; Ball. 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1864 ; 
2nd 01. Lit Hum. 1866 ; Curate of Cran- 
field, Wobum Sands, Beds, 1871-4 ; Vicar 
of Lidllngton, Ampthill, 1874-6 ; Rector 
of Thomhaugh, Wansford, 1876-92 ; Rural 
Dean of Peterborough 1890-2 ; Rector of 
Dnrley since 1892 ; m. Dora Spencer, d. of 
Spencer Smith. Durley Rectory, Bishop's 
Waltham. 

Francis Dioby Spencer. 2nd son of 
W. A. N. of Gidea Hall, Romford : 1856'- 
1860*; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; B.A. ; m. Eliza 
Marianne, d. of Henry Cormack of Bombay. 
Okeover, Riccarton, Christchurch, New 
Zealand. 

Stephen Francis. 2nd son of Sir A. 0. 
of Penoyre, Brecon, a Baron of the 
Exchequet 1868-78 ; 1856»-1862" ; Eton xi. 
1860-2 ; Capt. 1862 ; 0pp. Wall and Field 
xi.s 1861 ; Keeper of the Field 1861 ; 
Pres. of Eton Soc. 1861 ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; 
in the 49th Regt. ; died in India Dec. 10, 
1865. 



Allen 

(Miss E., C.W.) 

Martyn ma. 

(Home, aft. K.S., 
C.CJ.) 



VanSittart Neale 

(F.V., W.J.) ' 



Talbot ma. 

(J.W.H., aft. K.S., 
C.C.J.) 



Acland ma. 

(F.V., W.J.) 



BuUer 

iW.B.M.) 

Jelf 

(J.W.H.,E.C. & W.E., 
J.W.H.,E.C.&RD.) 



Eeynolds 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Peel 

(W.B.M.) 



Grant 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 

Chambers 

(W.L.E.) 



Henry Tournay. 1856'-1861> ; B.N.C. 
Oxf. 

Rev. Thomas Waddon. Son of Rev. 
J. W. M. of Exeter ; 1856'-1863' ; Newc. 
Select 1862-3 ; Demy of Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; 
Curate of St. Nicholas, Plumstead, 1874-6, 
Stoke d'Abemon 1876-9, Buckingham 1879 
-81 ; Rector of Hethe, Bicester, 1881-7 ; 
Vicar of Aston Abbot^-s since 1887 ; m. 
Anne Congreve, d. of Herbert Seymour of 
Wolston, Coventry. The Vicarage, Aston 
Abbotts, Aylesbury. 

Sir Henry James, K.C.B. 2nd son of 
E. V. S. N., Barrister ; formerly of Allesley 
Park, Coventry, aft. of Bisham Abbey ; 
1855M860' ; As8ist.-Sec. to the Admiralty 
1896-1903 ; Vice-Pres. E. Berks Agricl. 
A'ssocn. ; J.P. for Berks and Westminster ; 
m. Florence, d. of His Honour Arthur 
Shelley Eddis, C.C. Judge, Clerkenwell. 
Bisham Abbey, Marlow. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Sir Adelbert Cech., 
K.C.I.E. Eld. son of Hon. and Rev. 
W. W. Chetwynd-Talbot of Hatfield 
Rectory, Herts ; 1863''-1863' ; Coll. and 
Mixed Wall 1861-2 ; Lieut. Royal Art. 
1867 ; Indian Staff Corps 1869 ; Lieut-Col. 
unemployed list ; formerly resident in 
Kashmir ; m. Agnes Mary, d. of Rev. 
Walter John Clarke, Vicar of Swinderby, 
Lincoln. The Cottage, Glenhurst, Esher. 

Sir Charles Thomas Dyke, 12th Bt., 
J.P., D.L. Eld. son of Rt Hon. Sir 
T. D. a., 11th Bt of KUlerton ; 1866"- 
1861* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 3rd CI. Class. 
1866 ; called to tiie Bar, Inner Temple ; 
M.P. for E. Cornwall 1882-5 and for N.E. 
Cornwall 1885-92 ; Parliamentary Sec. to 
Bd. of Trade and Ecclesiastical Commr. 
Feb. to Aug. 1886 ; formerly Lieut-Col. 
Royal 1st Devon Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. and D.L. 
for co.s Somerset, Devon and Cornwall ; 
High Sheriff of Devon 1903 ; m. Gertrude, 
d. of Sir John Walrond Walrond, 1st Bt 
KUlerton, Exeter, and Bolnicote, Taunton, 

Herbert MoLYNEUX. 4th8onof J.W.B., 
D.C.L., of Downes, Crediton ; 1866M859* ; 
died March 3, 1861. 

Maj.-Gbn. Richard Henry, C.M.G. 
3rd son of Rev. Dr. J., Principal of King's 
Coll. London and Canon of Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
1853'-1860* ; King's Coll. London (Fellow) 
and R.M. Academy, Woolwich ; ent R.E. 
1865 ; ret 1901 ; served with Bechuana- 
land Expdn. 1884-^, as Director of Mil. 
Telegraphs (hon. mentioned and Brevet 
Lieut-Col.) ; Chmn. of Sanitary Cpmmrs. 
at Gibraltar 1893-7 (C.M.G.) ; Comm. R.E. 
in E. Dist 1897-1901 ; Gov. and Comman- 
dant of the R.M.A., Woolwich, 1901-4 ; 
m. Margaret, d. of Rev. J. J. Blunt, 
Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at 
Cambridge. Offcote Hurst, Ashbourne. 

Lieut.-Coi- Henry Charles. 1865»- 
1859- ; R.E. (ret). 

Robert. Eld. son of J. P. of Accrington 
House, Lanes, and Kuowlmere Manor, 
CO. York; 1855»-1860» ; Field xl 1859; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; called to 
the Bar, Middle Temple ; J.P. for Yorks 
and Lanes ; died Dec. 4, 1867. 

Arthur William. Of Lichborough 
Hall, Weedon, Northants ; eld. son of W. G. 
of Lichborough ; 1855'-1860' ; B.N.C. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister and Magistrate ; 
died unm. Dec. 19, 1878. 

John Graham. Eld. son of W. C. of 
Hafod, CO. Cardigan ; 1855»-1861'' ; Opp. 
Wall and Field xi.s 1860 ; Master of Oppi- 
dan Beagles 1861 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
Camb. viii. 1862-3 ; editor of ' Land and 
Water'; died 1883. 

I 



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[1859. 



Hildyard 



Ereeth ma. 

(J.Vr.H.,a£t.K.S.,O.O.J.) 



Eaton mi. 

(B.B.) 



Mr. Anson 

(KB.) 



Rkv. William. Son of Bev. P. H.,1 Qodman ma. 
Rector of Swanington, Norfolk; 1866*- 1 fwj Tf\ 
1861" ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 3rd CI. I CW.L..ifi.; 
Class. Trip. ; died at Nassau Jane 19, 1873. 1 



Kirby 

(J.W.H.,B.O.&W.W.) 



Eawstone 

(B.O. & W.L.H.) 



Mr. Carington ma. 

(Mrs. de R., W.W.) 



Mr. de Grey 

(A.P.B.) 



Reginald. Son of 0. F. ; 1852'-1862* ; 
Coll. Wall 1861-2; Mixed Wall 1862; 
Principal Clerk in the War Office. 162 
Hammersmith Rd., W. 



Hex. W^iluam Mkriton (2nd Lord 
Cheylesmore). 2nd son of Henry William 
Ist Lord C. ; 1866'-1860' ; Director of 
Imperial Fire Insurance, and Trustee of 
the Chantrey Bequest ; D.L. for co. War- 
wick ; died unm. July 10, 1902. 

Rt. Rkv. Hon. Adelbkrt John 
Robert, D.D. 4th son of Thomas William 
(Ist Earl of Lichfield) ; 1864*-1859» ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Hon. D.D. ; Hon. LL.D. 
Trin. Univ. Toronto ; Curate of St. John's, 
Wolverhampton, 1864-6, St. Leonard's, 
Bilston, 1866-8; Vicar of St. Michael's, 
Handsworth, Birmingham, 1868-70 ; Vicar 
of Sedgley and Rural Dean of Himley 
1870-5 ; Rector of Woolwich 1876-83 ; 
Bp. of Qu'Appelle, Canada, 1884-92; 
Master of St. John's Hospital, Lichfield, 
1893-8; Canon of Lichfield since 1898. 
The Close^ Uehfield. 

Henry George Middleton. Son of 
Capt. T. K., RN., of Inhurst, Baughurst, 
Basingstoke ; 1862'-1860' ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; B.A. ; called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn ; formerly Western Circuit. New 
University Club, 67 St. James's St., 8.W. 

Lawrence. Son of Col. L. R. of Pen- 
wortham Priory and Hutton Hall ; 1866*- 
1860* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Lanes ; m. Edith Elizabeth, d. 
of Col. Sir Thomas George Fermor- 
Hesketh, 6th Bt. Penwortham Friory, 
Preston, and Hutton Hall, Preston. 

Rt. Hon. Charles Robert, aft 
Wynn-Carrington (1st Earl Carrington), 
G.C.M.G. Eld. son of Robert John, 2nd 
Lord C. ; 1856»-1861" ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; B.A. ; M.P. for High Wycombe 
1865-8 ; Capt. Royal Body Guard 1881-6 ; 
Gov. of New South Wales, Australia, 
1886-90 ; Lord Chamberlain of the House- 
hold 1892-6 ; formerly Capt. R. Horse 
G^. and Hon. Col. 3rd Bn. Oxfords Lt. 
Infty. ; J.P., D.L. and C.A. for Bucks ; 
m. Hon. Cecilia Margaret Harbord, d. of 
Charles, 6th Lord Suffleld, K.C.B. Owifdpr 
Castle, Llanrwst, N. Wales; Dates HUl 
Lodge, High Wycombe, and 50 Orosvenor 
St., W. 

Thomas (6th Lord Walsingham), LL.D., 
F.RS., F.L.S., P.Z.S., F.E.S. Eld. son of 
Thomas, 6th Lord W. ; 1866»-1861» ; Eton 
XL 1860-1; Field xl 1860; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; LL.D. ; Camb. xi. 1862-3 ; 
M.P. for W. Norfolk 1866-70 ; Lord-in 
Waiting to Queen Victoria 1874-6 ; Mem. 
Soc. Bnt de France ; Bnt. Ver. zu Berlin ; 
Nederlandsche Bnt. Ver. ; Soc. Ent. de 
Russie ; Linn. Soc. N.S.W. ; Am. Ent. Soc. 
PhUadelphia ; Br. Omith. Union, etc. ; 
High Steward of Univ. of Camb. since 
1891, and of the Borough of King's Lynn 
since 1894; Trustee of British Museum, 
Royal College of Surgeons and the Lawes 
Agricl. Trust ; J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk ; 
m. Augusta Selina Elizabeth, d. of William 
Locke, and widow of Lord Bnrghersh. 
Merton Hall, Thetford, and 66a Eaton Sq., 
S.W. 



Mowbray ma. 

(Miss G., C.W.) 



McClintock 

(W.L.E.) 



Mr. Needman ma. 

(A.F.B.) 



Eicardo 

(B.C.) 

York 

(F.B.D.) 



Mr. Grosvenor ma. 

(F.E.D.) 



Wynne mi. 

(W.A.C.) 



Woodroffe 

(J.L.J.) 



Pocklington 

(W.E., R.D.) 



Bell 

(J.W.H.,J.W.H.«feB.C. 



Maj. Arthur Fitzpatrick, O.B. J.P., 
D.L. 6th son of J. G. of Park Hatch, 
Godalming; 1866»-1869* ; formerly Maj. 
6th Dragoon Gds., aft. Lieut.-Col. and 
Hon. Col. 1st Vol. Bn. Yorks Regt. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for N. Riding of Yorks ; m. 
Ada Phoebe, d. of Sir Isaac Lowthian 
Bell, Ist Bt, of Rounton Grange, North- 
allerton. Smeaton Manor, Northallerton. 
Arthur Holme. Son of B. H. M. of 
Surbiton House, Kingston-on-Thames ; 
1866*-1860*; formerly a Merchant in 
Calcutta ; m. Catherine Mary, d. of Charles 
Palmer, M.D., F.R.C.S., Dep. Surgeon-Gen. 
Bengal Medical Service. HUl House, 
Eroding, Isle of Wight, and Bembridge 
SaUing Club, Isle of Wight. 

Frederick Robert. Eld. son of Maj. 
H. S. McC. of KilwarUn, Hillsboroagh, 
CO. Down ; 1866'-1869' ; DubUn Univ. 
B.A., H.M.'s Civil Service (ret) ; awarded 
Prizes for Musical Compositions at Irish 
Musical Festivals 1898, 99 and 1901 ; m. 
Lucy Antonia, d. of Sir Anthony Cleasby, 
a Baron of the Excheq. The Priory 
House, King's Langley, R.8.O., Herts, and 
18 Tite St., Chelsea, S.W. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Hon. Henry Colville. 
2nd son of Francis Jack, Viscount Newry, 
and brother of Francis Charles, 3rd Earl of 
Kilmorey ; 1856*-1862» ; Cox Eton vni. 
1861-2 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly 
Lieut-Col. Gren. Gds. ; m. Ist, Bertha 
Nesta, d. of James Alured Maclean ; 
2nd, Eleanor Bffreta, d. of Archibald 
Campbell. The Orange, Windsor Forest. 
Alexander Louis. Son of J. L. R., 
M.P. for Stoke-on-Trent ; 1866*-1860» ; 
Eton XI. 1860 ; Capt Gren. Gds. ; m. 
Florence, d. of Robert Campbell of Buscot 
Park, Berks ; died 1871. 

Edward Christopher. Of Hutton 
Hall, York ; son of B. Y. of Wighill Park, 
Tadcaster ; 1866»-1860» ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; 
B.A. ; formerly Lieut Yorks Hussars ; 
J.P. for W. Riding of Yorks ; m. 1st, Isabel 
Augusta, d. of Thomas Fairfax of Newton 
Kyme, Tadcaster ; 2nd, Celina Rose, d. of 
Rev. Charles Marsden, Vicar of Gargrave, 
Leeds ; died Dec. 14, 1886. 

Hon. Thomas George, C.B. 2ud son 
of Rt Hon. Robert, 1st Lord Ebury ; 
1866'-1869'; Sec. of Legation at Pekin 
1879-83, Charge d' Affaires 1882-3, and Sec. 
of Embassy at St Petersburg 1886-6 ; m. 
Sophia, d. of S. WeUs WilUams, LL.D., Uni- 
ted States Min. in China ; died Oct 8, 1886. 
Edward Hbneaoe (aft Wynne-Finch), 
J.P. 2nd son of C. G. W.-F. of Voelas, co. 
Denbigh; 1865*-1860* ; 0pp. and Mixed 
Wall and Field xi.s 1869 ; Trin. GolL 
Camb. ; B.A. ; Barrister ; m. Ist, Ada, d. 
of Henry Styleman le Strange of Hunstan- 
ton Hall, Norfolk ; 2nd, EmUy Caroline, d. 
of George Marwood of Busby Hall, Yorks. 
The Manor House, Stokesley, R.S.O., Vorks. 
George Wiluam Plukenbtt. Sou of 
S. G. W. of Wickenford Court, Worcester ; 
1866»-1869» ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; formerly 
in the Royal Horse Gds. ; aft an Indian 
and Colonial Merchant ; m. Alice Maud, 
d. of Henry Townshend of Caldecote Hall, 
Nuneaton. North House, Putney HUl, 8. W. 
Rev. Duncan. 4th son of Rev. R. P., 
Vicar of Walesby, Newark ; 1866*-1860* ; 
Eton XI. 1860 ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Stroke, 
Oxf. VIII. 1864 ; Curate of Tythby, Notts, 
1866-8, Thornhill, Dewsbury, 1868-70; 
died unm. June 1, 1870. 

Charles George. 3rd son of M. B. of 
Bourne Park, Canterbury ; 1863*-1869' ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; formerly in the 23rd 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; m. Emma Frances 
Beresford, d. of Col. Whyte of Newtown 
Manor ; died on his passage from Ceylon 
I and buried in the Red Sea, May 1885. 



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59 



Mr. Home 

(A.P.B.) 



Eliodes 

(J.L.J.) 



Gosling 

(E.B.) 



Judd 

(W.L.E.) 



Eobarts 

(W.E., E.B.) 

Puller ma. 

(Mrs. v., W.J.) 



Butler 

(Mrs. de R, E.B. & 
B.W., E.B. & E.W.) 



Maj.-Gkn. Hon. Wiluam Sholto 
Douglas. 4th son of Cospatrick Alex- 
ander, 11th Earl of Home ; ISSS'-ISSS" ; 
ent. Gren. Gds. 1860; Comm. the Regt. 
1886-9, Maj.-Gen. 1896 (ret) ; served in 
Egypt 1882 (Med. with Clasp, 4th CI. 
Osmanieh and Khedive's Star) ; Soadan 
1896 (Clasp). 106 Mount St., W. 

Caff. Henry Brooke. 2nd son of J. 
W. R. of Hennerton, Henley-on-Thames ; 
1866»-1860» ; Eton viii. 1869-60 ; Won 
PnlUng 1860; 0pp. Wall and Field xi.s 
186a-60 ; Keeper of the Field 1869-60 ; 
Mixed Wall 1869-60 ; Won Mile 1868 ; Trin. 
Coll. Oxf. ; formerly Capt. 68th Lt. Infty. ; 
m. Helen Lister, d. of Henry Garnett of 
Wyreside, nr. Lancaster. Barrock Park, 
Carlisle. 

Herbert. 4th son of R. G. of Botleys 
Park and Hassobary, Bishop's Stortford ; 
1866'-1860' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; for- 
merly a Banker and Partner in Messrs. 
Gosling and Sharpe : aft a Director of 
Barclay & Co., Ltd. Botleys Parky Chertsep. 
and 64 Pont St., S. W. 

Bertoam George Scoit. Of Maces 
Place, Rickllng, Essex ; son of J. P. J. of 
Maces Place; 1866M861» ; formerly W. 
Essex Yeo., aft on the Stock Exchange; 
m. Eicma Donna, d. of Christopher Cook- 
son ; died 1887. 



Middle Division. 



Wn.LiAM Henry Geoffrey. Son of 
A. G. R., Banker of Lombard St, B.C. ; 
1856'-1869» ; died March 16, 1879. 

Rev. Frederick William. 4th son of 
0. W. Giles-Puller, M.P., of Youngsbary, 
Ware ; 1867»-1861» ; Tomline Prizeman 
1861 ; Prince Consort's French Prize 1860 ; 
Sch. of Trin. Coll. Camb. : M.A. ; Ist CI. 
Class. 1863; Curate of St Paul's, Wal- 
worth, 1866-72 ; Vicar of Roatli. CardiflP, 
1872-80 ; Chap. St George's Home, Cape- 
town, 1883-91 ; in charge of Kaffir Mission, 
Capetown, 1884-91 ; Mem. of the Soc. of 
St John tlie Evangelist, Cowley. Mission 
House, Cowley St. John, Oxford. 

Arthur John. Son of Very Rev. 
W. J. B., Dean of Lincoln ; 1867M863' ; 
Newc. Select 1861-3 ; Tomline Prizeman 
1862 ; Sch. of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Bell's Sch. 1864 ; 1st CI. Class. Trip, and 
Fellow of Trin. 1867 ; Education Dept 
1870-87 ; PubUshing Business 1887-94 ; 
Assist Commr. to Commn. on Secondary 
Educ. 1894 : Prof, of Italian Language and 
Literature Univ. Coll. London ; Editor, 
Public Record Office; m.Mary Caroline, 
d. of Rev. William Gilson Humphry, 
Vicar of St Martin-ui- the- Fields. Wood 
End, Weyhridge. 



Cole 

(K.S., A.F.B.) 



Trower 

(Mrs. v., O.C.W. & 
E.D.S., O.C.W. & 
E.D.S.) 



John, J.P. Son of J. C. C. of Flintfield, 
Caterham, Surrey ; 1866M863' ; Newc. 
Select 1861, Sch. 1862 ; Coll. Wall, 1862 ; 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
Browne's Med. 1864 ; 1st CI. Class. Trip. 
1867 ; Fellow of Khig's 1868 ; Examiner 
in Education Dept 1871-3 ; Assist Master 
at Eton 1873-96 ; J.P. for Cornwall ; m. 
Ellen Mary, d. of J. J. Rogers of Penrose, 
Cornwall. Tretcorgan, Falmouth. 

Henry Seymour. Son of H. T. of 
2 Chester Place, Hyde Park, W. ; 1867*- 
1869'; Stockbroker (ret.) ; m. Julia, d. of 
M. M. Salomons. 9 Bryanston 8q., W. 



Doyle 



(J.H.W., E.C., O.C.W. 
& B.D.S.) 



Mitchell 



(W.B.M., 
E.W.) 



Cooper 

(J.E.Y.) 

May 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 

Tabor 

(K.S., J.W.H,, E.C., 
O.C.W., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Liddell 

(W.E., aft K.S., R.D.) 



Dent ma. 

(J.E.Y.) 



Campbell 

(W.B.M.) 



Day 

(R.D.) 

Hicks 

(W.E,, B.B.) 



Bailward 

(C.CJ.) 



Wood ma. 

(J.L.J.) 



John Andrew. Son of A. D. ; 1853'- 
1862" ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Ist CI. Final 
Class. Schools ; Arnold Prize ; Fellow of 
All Souls' Coll. Oxf. ; author of several 
books on American History. Pendarren, 
Crickhowell and All Souls^ College, Oxford. 

Richard Arthur Henry. Of May- 
ford House, Woking; son of R. M. of 
Enderby Hall, Leicester; 1866»-1861* t 
Eton XI. 1868-61, Capt 1861 ; 0pp. Wall 
1869-60 ; Mixed Wall and Field xi.s 1860 ; 
Pres. Eton Soc. 1860; Ball. CoU. Oxf.; 
M.A. ; 2ud CI. Mods. ; 2nd CI. in Greats ; 
Oxf. XL 1862-6, Capt 1863-6 ; Assist 
Master at Eton 1866-1901 ; m. Mary Hen- 
rietta, d. of Henry Ley, Clerk to the 
Table, Ho. of Commons; died April 19, 
1906. 

William Synge. 4th son of R. W. 0. 
of Longford Lodge, Kingstown, Ireland ; 
1857*-1869» ; formerly Capt in the Buffs ; 
died 1882. 

Henry Wiluam. 1866»-1860» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. : B.A. ; called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1868; Tutor in Equity; author of 
several law books ; died June 30, 1878. 

Robert Montagu. Son of Rev. R. S. T. 
of Cheam, Surrey ; 1866'-1864» ; Newc. 
Select 1863-4 ; Eton xi. 1864 ; Coll. Wall 
1863 ; Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A., 
LL.M. ; Ist CI. Class. Trip, and 2nd CI. 
Law Trip. 1868 ; called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1870 ; appointed Examiner in 
Educ. Dep. 1876, now Senr. Exam, of the 
Bd. of Educ. ; m. Anne Elizabeth Mary, 
d. of K. Knapp, R.N. Limp^eld, Surrey. 

Charles John. 3rd son of Hon. and 
Rev. R. L. of St Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
S.W. ; 1866»-1861" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
Assist in the Library, British Museum, 
ret. 1888. Belgrave Mansions, Grosvenor 
Gdns.,S.W. 

Lancelot Wiluam. Son of T. D. of 
Hyde Park Gds., W. ; 1867'-1862» ; Eton 
XL 1862 ; Opp. Wall and Field xlb 1861 ; 
Won School Fives 1861 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Class. Trip. ; Partner in * Dent, 
Palmer & Co.,' in the City ; died unm. at 
Mentone, Jan. 31, 1876. 

Rev. William Eraser. Son of Capt. 
W. 0. J. C. ; 1866'-1860' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A., B.C.L. ; Curate of Hungerford 1866- 
70, Barley, Royston, 1870-2; Vicar of 
Kintbury, Hungerford, 1872-«6 ; died Jan. 
29, 1886. 

John Ansell. Son of J. D. of Uckfield 
House, Uckfield; 1867 '-1 861* ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister ; died at 
Christchurch, Hants, 1896. 

Stanley Edward. Of Wilbraham 
Temple, Cambridge ; eld. son of Edward 
1 Simpson (aft Hicks) of Wilbraham 
; Temple ; 1866»-1861» ; Shooting Team 
; 1861 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; Barrister, 
Inner Temple; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
I Cambridge ; m. Frances Sharpe, d. of 
t Baron Dickinson Webster of Penns, co. 

Warwick ; died March 23, 1900. 
I Thomas Henry Methuen, J.P. Eld. 
son of J. B. of Horsington Manor ; 1866"- 
1862"; Ball. Coll. Oxf.; B.A. ; 2nd CI. 
! Mods. ; 3rd CI. Law and Hist ; J.P. for 
Somerset ; m. Margaret Eliza, d. of Henry 
Hobhouse of Hadspen House, Castle Gary, 
Somerset Horsington Manor, Temple- 
combe, BcUh. 

Charles Frederick. Son of J. W. of 

, Theddon Grange, Alton ; 1866*-1860' ; 

, won Double Sculling 1869 ; Univ. Coll. 

Oxf. ; M.A. ; m. Edith, d. of Benjamin 

Tayler of the Bengal Civil Service. 4 

Terlingham Gdns., Folkestone. 



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[1859. 



Powell 

(W.L.E.) 



Kinglake 

(J.W.H. & W.K, 
B.B. & B.W.) 



Tuck 

(G.F., O.O.W. & H.S.) 



Lewis 

(K.S., W.J ) 



Holden 

(K.S.,W.B.M. &E.W.) 



Jennings 

(Miss G., ^.F.B.) 



Murray ma, 

(C.W.) 

Humt'rey 

(Miss G., W.A.C., 
O.C.W. & B.D.S.) 



Warre 

(W.E., W.A.C., O.C.W. 
& p. St. J.T.) 



Parker 

(Miss G., P.B.D.) 



George Ernest John. Of Nant-Bos, 
Aberystwyth ; son of Col. W. T. R. P. of 
Nant-Eos ; 1865»-1860» ; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Cardigan, Higli Sheriff 1880 ; m. Dinah 
T., d, of Capt. Harris of Goodwiek, co. 
Pembroke ; dead. 

Robert Alexander. 2nd son of J. A. 
K., Sergeaut-at-Law ; 1853'-1862* ; Eton 
VIII. 1860-2 ; won Pulluig 1862 ; 0pp. 
Wall 1860-1 ; Mixed Wall 1861, Keeper 
1861, Field xi. 1861 ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; Janr. Opt. ; Camb. viii. 1863-6 ; 
Pres. of Camb. Univ. B.C. 1866 ; won Silver 
Goblets at Henley ; Barrister : Recorder 
of Penzance 1883-99 ; Recorder of Boame- 
moath since 1899 ; m. Mary Sybil, d. 
of Andrew Cathell. JUoushUl Manor^ 
Godalming. 

George Hustler, J.P., D.L. Son of 
0. B. T. of Blofield Hall ; 1867»-1862» ; 
Eton XI. 1861-2 ; Field xi. 1861 ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; B.A. ; Senr. Opt. and 2ud CI. Law ; 
Camb. XI. 1863-6, Capt. 1865 ; Barrister- 
at-Law (ret.) ; J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk 
m. Agues Margaret, d. of Rt. Hon. Sir 
William Atherton, Q.C., M.P., Attorney- 
Gen. Bracondale, Norwich. 

Robert James Helt Lynch Blosse. 
Sou of J. L., M.D., of Llaublethian, Cow- 
bridge, Glamorgan ; 1856'>-1864' ; Coll. 
Wall 1862-4 ; Mixed Wall 1863-4 ; Keeper 
1864 ; Master of CoU. Beagles, 1864 ; 
Merton ColL Oxf. ; Postmaster of Merton 
1866 ; died at Oxford. 

Rev. James Shuttleworth. 3rd son 
of E. A. H. of Aston Hall, Derby ; 1867»- 
1862*; Coll. Wall 1860-1; Mixed Wall 
1861; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; M.A. ; Curate of 
St Leonard's, Bilston, 1867-6, St. Michaers, 
Handsworth, Birmingham, 1868-9 ; Rector 
of Aston-on-Trent, Derby, since 1869 ; m. 
Alice Louisa, d. of Christopher Cooksou. 
The Rectory t Aston-on-Trent^ Derby, 

Richard Edward, J.P. Eld. son of R. 
J. of Gellideg ; 1867»-1862' ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; 1st CI. Mods. 1865 ; 2ud CI. Law ; 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn ; J.P. for 
CO. Carmarthen, High Sheriff 1903; m. 
Margaret, d. of Richard Luther Watson 
of Calgarth Park, Westmorland. Gellideg^ 
Kidwelly, R.8.O., Carmarthenshire^ and 
15 Palmeira Mansions, Brighton. 

Alexander James. Son of J. M. of 
London ; 1855*-1861* ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Solicitor. 1 Clement's Inn, Strand, 
W.C. 

Robert Harvey Blake- (aft. Mason), 
J.P., D.L. Son of R. B.-H. of Wroxham 
House, Norwich ; 1856»-1861» : Eton viii. 
1859-61, Capt. 1860-1 ; 0pp. Wall 1859-«0 ; 
Mixed Wall and Field xi.s 1860 ; Author 
of ' Boating Book ' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; called to the Bar, Inner Temple ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk, High Sheriff 
1885 ; m. Jane Charlotte, d. of Rev. Arthur 
Upcher of Wreningham, Norwich. Necton 
Hall, Sicaffham. 

George Acheson. Son of G. W. of 
Oporto, Portugal ; 1856*-1859' ; an Oporto 
Merchant in London ; m. Evelyn Mary, d. 
of B. Seymour. Penerley Lodge, Beaulieu, 
Brockenhurst, R.8.O., Hants, and 2 Roland 
Gds., Brompton, S. W. 

James Edward. 3rd son of Sir J. P., 
Kt, Vice-chancellor 1851; 1856M861' ; 
Eton viii. 1861 ; won Pulling and Sculling 
1861 ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; won Univ. Sculls 
and Wingfield Sculls ; Councillor for 
Wandsworth Borough ; m. Marian Frances, 
d. of Rev. Gilbert Sandbach of Woodlands, 
Liverpool. 14 Atney Road, Jhitney^ S. W. j 



Brownrigg 

(J.W.H., F.V. & 
W.B.M., J.W.H., 
W.J. & W.B.M.) 



Michel 

(Mrs. v., C.CJ.) 



A^idal 

(J.W.H. & P.V., 
J.W.H., E.C. & 
W.W.) 



Gladstone 

(E.C. & F.V., E.C., 
W.B.M. & J.E.Y.) 



Arkwright 

(C.W.) 



Hornby 

(F.E.D.) 



Mr. Carington mi, 

(Mrs. de R., W.W.) 



Dealt ry 

(C.W.) 



Long 

(W.L.E.) 



CoL. Henry Studholme. 2ud son of 
Gen. J. S. B., C.B., Gren. Gds., of Ashford, 
Middlesex ; 1854*-1859» ; Col. Rifle Bgde. 
(ret); m. Alice, d. of R. L. Waters of 
Dublin. Army and Navy Club, 36 Pall 
Mall,S.W. 

Maj. John Horace Charles. Eld. sou 
of Field-Marshal Rt Hon. Sir J. M., G.C.B., 
of DewUsh House ; 1857*-1859' ; Maj. 17th 
Regt (ret). Devluh House, Dorchester, 
Dorset, 

Georqe Wiluam. Son of Rev. F. Y. 
of Eton College ; 1854M861' ; won Double 
Sculling 1860; Associate of King's ColL 
London ; Barrister-at-Law ; Indian Civil 
Service ; Chief Sec. to Govt at Bombay 
and Mem. of Legislative Council, Bombay, 
ret 1897 ; Mem. of Gov. Body, Imperial 
Institute ; m. Cecilia Palmer, d. of W. 
Chapman, R.E. TorHngton, West HUl, 
Sydenham, S.JS. 

Rev. Stephen Edward. 2ud son of 
Rt Hon. W. B. G. of Hawarden ; 1866'- 
1862' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1866 ; 2nd CI. Lit Hum. 1867 ; Curate of 
St Mary-the-Less, Lambeth, S.K 1868-72 ; 
Rector of Hawarden 1872-1904 ; Rural Dean 
of Mold 1884-92 ; Rector of Barrowby 
since 1904 ; m. Annie Crosthwaite, d. of 
Charles Bowman Wilson, Surgeon, of 
Liverpool. Barrowby Rectory, Grantham, 

Libut.-Col. Arthur Ghandos, J.P. 6th 
son of J. A. of Hampton Court, Leomin- 
ster ; 1856»-1861»; formerly Lieut-Ctol. 
2nd Life Gds. ; J.P. for Bssex and Salop ; 
m. Agnes Mary, d. of William Michael 
Tufnell of Hatfield Place. Hatjield Place, 
Witham, Essex. 

Major Cecil Rouohsedge. Eld. son of 
Rev. E. J. G. H., Canon of Manchester and 
Rector of Bury; 1856»-1860' ; Eton xi. 
1859-60 ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; Major SOth 
Regt (ret) ; m. Marion, d. of W. Lane. 
29 Embankment, Bedford, 

LiEUT.-OoL. Hon. Sir William Henry 
Peregrine, K.C.Y.O., G.B. 2ud son of 
Robert John, 2nd Lord Carrington ; 1856* 
-1861" ; M.P. for Wycombe 1868-83 ; for- 
merly Col. Gren. Gds. ; served in the 
Egyptian Campaign 1882; Sec. to Lord 
Great Chamberlain 1871-96; Groom-in- 
Waiting to Queen Victoria 1880-2, and 
Equerry 1882-1901 ; Compt and Treas. to 
the Prince of Wales since 1901 ; Extra 
Equerry to the King since 1901 ; m. Juliet, 
d. of Francis Warden of U.S. A. Burfield, 
Old Windsor; 6 Cadogan Sq., S.W., and 
Marlborough House, Pall Mall, S. W. 

Wiluam. Son of W. D., of the 
Colonial Office ; 1856'-1860' ; won Mile, 
100 yards and 350 yards 1860 ; E. India 
Merchant ; m. Christabel Margaret, d. of 
William Paul Huddeu of Brockley HaU, 
Brockley, Somerset Winsham House, 
Weston-Super-Mare, 

CoL. WiUJAM, C.M.G. Eld. son of W. L., 
F.S.A., of Wrington, Bristol ; 1856'-1859* ; 
formerly Lieut 46th Regt, aft Hon. CoL 
4th Bn. Somersets Lt Infty. (ret) ; served 
in S. Africa 1900 ; Prov. G.M. of Mark 
Masons for Somerset ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Somerset, High Sheriff 1899 ; m. Anna 
Mary, d. of Capt Henry Hunter, 5tii 
Dragoon Gds. Woodlands, Congretlbury^ 
Somerset. 



1859.] 



UPPER SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



61 



Garnett ma, 

(Mrs. D., C.W.) 



Sparks ma. 

(C.C.J.) 



Thackeray 

(K.S., F. St. J.T.) 



Latham 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 

Wodehouse 
(R.D.) 

Moore 

(W.L.H.) 



Burke ma, 

(W.L.H.) 



Mr. Bertie ma, 

(Miss G., W.L.H.) 



Mordaunt 

(J.L.J.) 



Wyndham 

(Miss B., W.A.C.) 



Hall 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Herbert, J.P. 4th son of R. G. of 
Moor HalL, Sattou Ck)ldfield ; 1865'-1861' ; 
Eton Yiii. 1860-1; won doable Scalling 1859; 
won PalUng 1860; 0pp. Wall 1869-60; 
Mixed Wall 1860 ; Field xi. 1859-60 ; 
B.N.C. Oxf. ; aft. in Australia ; J.P. for 
Norfolk ; m. Julia, d, of Charles Garnett 
of The Manor House, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 
Orchard HUl Bouse, Bid^ord, 

i LiEUT.-CoL. Edward Tickell Baylet. 
Sou of J. S. of West Lodge, Byfleet, 
Weybridge; 1856»-1860* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 

I B.A. ; Lieut-Col. N. Staffs Begt. ; ret 
1892. Cranmer Ball, Fakenham, 

I Capt. Georob Gilbert Joseph. Son 
of Bev. G. T., Rector of Hemingby, Hom- 
casUe ; 1857'-1863' ; Master of CoIL 
Beagles 1863 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
formerly Capt 6th Inniskilling Dragoons ; 
died in New Zealand, March 16, 1905. 

Phiup Arderne. Son of Dr. L. ; 1866'- 
1861" ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; Sec. of Hammond's 
Electric Lighting Co. ; died at Ealing 
1897. 

Chappkl Oakbley. Eld. son of W. H. W. 
of Woolmers Park, Hertford ; 1855»-1859» ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. : died June 18, 1888. 

Robert Edek. Only son of Rev. R. M., 
Rector of Wetheringsett, Stowmarket ; 
1854*-1860' ; Eton Yni. 1869 ; 0pp. and 
Mixed WaU and Field xi.s 1869 ; Master 
of 0pp. Beagles 1860 : Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; died 
of fever 1861. 

Ulick John, J.P. 4th son of J. St G. B., 
Q.C., of Auberies, Sudbury, Suffolk ; 1866'- 
1861'; Ch. Ch. Oxf. : B.A. ; called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1864; formerly Capt 
Suffolk Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. for Essex and 
Hants ; m. Edith Charlotte, d. of Nathaniel 
Clarke BamarcListon of The Ryes, Sud- 
bury, Suffolk. Woodcote Manor, Alre^ford, 
Bants. 

Right Hon. Sir Francis Leyeson, 
K.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.C.B. 2na son of 
Montagu, 6th Earl of Abingdon ; 1866*- 
1860' ; ent Foreign Office 1863 ; Private 
Sec. to Parliamentary Under-Sec. of State 
for Foreign Affairs 1874-80 ; attached 
to Special Embassy to Berlin 1878 ; 
Sec. to Duke of Fife's Mission to invest 
King of Saxony with the Order of the 
Garter 1881 ; Acting Senr. Clerk 1882-5 ; 
Senr. Clerk 1889; Assist Under-Sec. of 
State for Foreign Affairs since 1894 ; 
Chmn. of Uganda Rly. Committee since 
1896 ; H.M. Ambassador to King of Italy 

1903 ; British Ambassador in Paris since 

1904 ; m. Lady Feodorowna Cecilia 
Wellesley, d. of Henry, 1st Earl Cowley. 
BrUUh Embassy, ParU. 

Rey. Osbert. 3rd son of Sir J. M., 9th 
Bt ; 1854'-1860» ; Eton xi. 1860 ; Field xi. 
1860 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Handsworth, Birmingham, 1871-4 ; Rector 
of Hampton Lucy since 1874 ; m. Jessie 
Lonisa, d. of Rev. Henry Snow, Vicar of 
Bibury, Fairford, Glos. Bampton Lucy 
Rectory, Warwick. 

Thomas Heathcote Gerald. Eld. son 
of J. E. W. of Stock Dennis, Somerset ; 
1866»-1861« ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Ist 
CI. Nat Science 1865; Bardett Coutts 
Sell. 1867 ; Fellow of Merton Coll. Oxf. 
1868 ; died Nov. 11, 1876. 

Col. Richard Spencer. Son of R. H. ; 
1856"-1869»; Eton Yiii. 1869; formerly 
Col. Coldstream Gds. 9 West Baikin St., 
S,W. 



Tyssen-Amhurst 

(W.A.C.) 



Sloane-Stanley 

(Miss G., W.L.E.) 



Mr. Trench 

(A.F.B.) 



Leigh 

(F.E.D.) 



Mr. Wellesley 

(W.B.M.) 



Kennedy ma. 
(K.S., w.w.) 



Bodkin 

(T.H.S., aft K.S., 
C.T.P., O.C.W. & 
F.StJ.T.) 



Cresswell 

(F.E.D.) 



Francis. 2nd son of W. G. T. T.-A. of 
Didiington Hall, Brandon, Norfolk ; 1856* 
-1860»; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; B.A. ; Barrister, 
Inner Temple ; Mem. of Leg. Assembly of 
Queensland, Australia ; died on his passage 
home Jan. 3, 1881. 

Francis. Of Leesthorpe Hall, Melton 
Mowbray, and The Bay House, Alverstoke, 
Gk>sport ; 3rd son of Rev. G. S.-S., Rector of 
Branston, Melton Mowbray ; 1855M859' ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Lieut R. H. Gds. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Leicester ; J.P. for 
Hants ; m. Charlotte Amy d. of Rt Hon. 
Sir John Rose, Ist Bt, G.C.M.G. of 
Canada ; died Aug. 89, 1904. 

Hon. Cosby Godolphin. 2nd sou of 
Frederick Mason, 2nd Lord Ashtown, of 
Woodlawu, CO. Galway ; 1857"-1862' ; 0. 
C. C. Oxf.; formerly Capt Ist Royal 
Dragoons, and Major King's Co. Mil. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Tipperary, High Sheriff 
1886 ; J.P. for Waterford ; m. Maria, d, 
of Sir Richard Mnsgrave, 4th Bt of Tonrin, 
Cappoquin, co. Waterford. Sopwell Ball, 
Cloughjordan, H.8,0,, co. Tipperary. 

Rey. Canon James Gerard. Son of 
Rev. R. L., Rector of Halsall, Ormskirk ; 
1866M861" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate 
of Stoke-on-Trent 1867-9 ; Vicar of Mag- 
hull, Liverpool, 1869-84 ; Rector of Walton 
since 1884, Rural Dean 1889 ; Hon. Canon 
of Liverpool 1892 ; m. Julie Genevieve, d, 
of Henry T. Dix of Femdale, Shankill, 
Dublin. Walton Rectory, Liverpool. 

Col. Hon. Frederick Arthur. 3rd 
son of Rt Hon. Henry Richard, 1st Earl 
Cowley, K.G. ; 1856»-1859» ; A.D.C. to 
Commander-in-Chief in Ireland 1866-70 ; 
Mil. Attach^ at St Petersburg 1871-6 and 
1878-81 ; Col. Coldstream Gds., ret 1881 ; 
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1878-81 ; m. 1st, 
Emma, d. of Rt Hon. Lord Augustus 
Loftus, G.C.B. ; 2nd, Kate Vanghan. 

Hon. Sir William Rann, Kt Son of 
W. J. K., H.M.'s Inspr. of Schools ; 1857»- 
1864*; Newc. Select 1861-2, Med. 1863, 
Sch. 1864 ; Tomline Select 1864 ; Sch. 
of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Bell's Sch. 
1866 ; Craven Sch. 1867 ; Browne's 
Med. 1866 and 1867 ; Powis Med. 1867 ; 
Senr. Classic 1868 ; Fellow of Pembroke 
Coll. Camb. 1868 and now Hon. Fellow ; 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1871, 
Northern Circuit ; Q.C. 1886 ; Private Sec. 
to Pres. of Poor Law Bd. 1870-2 ; Mem. of 
Bar Committee 1883-92 ; Hon. LL.D 
Victoria Univ. 1892 ; Judge of the High 
Court of Justice since 1892 ; m. Cecilia 
Sarah, d. of George Richmond, R.A., D.C.L. 
Burton End, Nailsteorth, Stroud, Glos, 
and 23 PhUlimore Gdns., W. 

Rey. William Douglas. Son of 
W. P. B. of West Hill, Highgate, N. ; 
1866*-1863" ; Newc. Select 1863 ; Tomline 
Select 1862, Prizeman 1863; Coll. Wall 
1861-2 ; Mixed Wall 1862 ; Sch. of King's 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; let CI. Math. Trip. 
1867 ; 2ud CI. Theo. Exam. 1868 ; 26th 
Wrangler ; Chaplain and Assist. Master at 
Highgate School 1869-84 ; Vicar of Ring- 
wood since 1884 ; m. Katherine Elizabeth, 
d. of Samuel Rawlins of Bevere, Worces- 
ter. The Vicarage, Ringteood, 

Oswald Ernbst, J.P., D.L. Eld. son 
of Rev. 0. J. C, Rector of Hanworth, 
Feltham, Middlesex ; 1857'-1862* ; Ball. 
Coll. Oxf. and Sch. of Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; 
M.A., S.C.L. ; 2nd CI. Class. 1867 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Hereford. Momey Cross, 
near Bereford. 



62 



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[1859. 



Le Marchant 

(0.0. W. & KD.S.) 



Washington 

(W.B., C.W.) 



Hoare 

(E.B. & E.W.) 



Conybeare 

(Mrs. D., aft. K.&, 
W.L.H.) 



Alley ne ma, 
(R.D.) 

Hulton 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Groodford 

(J.W.H., B.O., Miss R, 
aft. K.S., J.W.H., 
KG. & E.D.S.) 



Wace 

(K.8., J.L.J.) 



Anson 

(E.B. & B.W.) 



Francis Gharlbs. 3nd son of Sir 
D. Le M., l8t Bt of Ghobham Place, 
Woking; 1867M862" ; BaU. Coll. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; 1st Gl. Mods. 1864 ; 1st Gl. Glass. 
1866; Mem. of the Gooncil of India. 
2 West Eaton Place, S,W, 

GoL. Francis Palmer, F.R.G.S. Son 
of Adml. J. W., G.B., B.N. ; 1867»-1869" ; 
Gol. R.B. ; Director, Survey and Map 
Dept, Land Registry ; m. Eva, d. of Rev. 
N. Travers. Sulgraoe, Seaford, 8.0., 
Suuex, and 57 Carlton HUl, N, W. 

Henrt William. 3rd son of W. H. H. 
of Oakfield, Sussex ; 1856M862' ; Eton xi. 
1860-1 ; Field xi. 1861 ; Pres. Eton Soc. 
1861; BalL Coll. OxL ; 1st Gl. Mods. 
1863 ; 2nd Gl. Lit. Hum. 1866 ; Lecturer at 
Ball, and Wore. Golls. 1869 ; Wvil Service, 
Assist. Sec. Bd. of Ednc. till 1904 ; m. May, 
d. of WiUiam Owen of Withybush, Pem- 
broke. 96 Ebury St., Chester Sq., S. W. 

Rev. John William Edward. Son of 
Rev. W. J. O., Principal of Liverpool GolL ; 
1867"-1862»; Sell, of Trin. GoU. Gamb. ; 
M.A. : Vicar of Barrington, Cambridge, 
1871-98 ; Rural Dean of Barton 1896-8 ; 
Lady Margaret Preacher, Cambridge, 
1898-9; m. Frances Anne, d. of James 
Cropper, M.P. Stokeslea, Cambridge. 

Hrnrt Wyndham. Son of G. T. A. of 
Clifton ; 1867'-1862' ; Exeter GoU. Oxf. ; 
died Sept 24, 1863. 

Rev. Wiluam. Son of Rev. W. P. H. 
of Bamefield, Weston, Soutiiamptou ; 
1867*-1861' ; Ball. GoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
2nd Gl. Mods. 1863 ; Curate of Weston, 
Southampton, 1866-70, Yicar 1870-6 ; Rec- 
tor of All Saints', Colchester, 1882, aft 
Preacher at The Chapel Royal, Whitehall, 
aw. ; m. PhiUppa G. H., d. of Rev. Philip 
Salisbury Bagge, Rector of Walpole, Nor- 
folk ; died Dec. 24, 1886. 

Arthur John, V.D. Of Chilton Gantelo, 
Ilchester, Taunton ; eld. son of Rev. G. 0. G., 
D.D., of Chilton Gantelo, Provost of Eton ; 
1866M863" ; Trin. GoU. Gamb. ; M.A. ; 2nd 
Gl. Class. 1868 ; caUedto the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1872, joined the Western Circuit but 
never practised ; Major and Hon. Lieut- 
GoL 3rd Vol. Bn. Somersets Lt Infty. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Somerset, and Glunn. of 
Somerset G.G. 1900-4 ; m. Harriett Eliza- 
beth, d. of Hastings Nathaniel Middleton 
of Bradford Peverell, Dorchester ; died 
Nov. 1, 1904. 

Alfred Augustus, J.P. Son of Rev. 
R. H. W. ; 1857M864' ; Newc. Select 1864 ; 
Indian Civil Service ; ret 1896 ; J.P. for 
Sussex ; m. Amy, d. of Henry Lucius 
Dampier, CLE., of Fairholme, Parkstone, 
Dorset. The Limes, Front, Tunbridge 
Wells. 

Sir William Retnell, 3rd Bt, D.O.L. 
Eld. son of Sir J. W. H. A., 2nd Bt, of 
Birch HaU ; 1867M862' ; Sch. of Ball. Coll. 
Oxf. ; B.A. (D.G.L., Hon. LL.D. Gamb. and 
Edinburgh) ; Ist Gl. Mods. 1863 ; 1st Gl. 
Lit Hum. 1866 ; Fellow of All Souls' Coll. 
Oxf. 1867 ; called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1869 ; Bencher, Inner Temple, 1900 ; Vin- 
erian Reader in English Law 1874-81; 
Warden of All Souls' since 1881 ; Fellow of 
Eton Coll. since 1884 ; Aid. for City of 
Oxford 1892-6 ; Ghmn. of Qr. Sessions for 
Oxfords 1894 ; Yioe-Chanc. of the Univ. 
of Oxf. 1898-9 ; M.P. for Oxf. Univ. 1899- 
1900 and since 1900 ; Chanc. of the Diocese 
of 0x1 since 1899 ; Parliamentary Sec. 
to Bd. of Educ. since 1902. All Souls' 
College, Oxford, and Birch Hall, Rusholme, 
Manchester. 



Neave mi. 

(Home, J.L.J.) 



Eomilly 

(W.A.C.) 



Kerr 

(W.B.M.) 



Selwyn 

(J.W.H., KG. & W.E., 
J.W.H., E.C., B.B. 
& E.W.) 



Mr. Lyttelton ma, 

(E.C. & W.E., B.C. & 
W.J.) 



Bill 

(Mrs. dc R., W.J.) 



Adams 

(T.H.S., G.G. J.) 

Grant 

(W.E., ILD.) 



Hadow ma, 

(W.W.) 



LlEUT.-GOL. EVERARD Sl-RANGWATS. 

3rd son of W. H. N. of Oidea Hall, Romford ; 
1866»-1861' ; Lieut-Col. 18th Bengal Cav. ; 
m. 1st, Annie Laura, d. of Alfred Douglas 
Hamilton ; 2nd, Julia Anne, d. of William 
Ashwell, of Chetwode Priory, Bucks ; died 
1896. 

Hon. Henry. 3rd son of Rt Hon. 
Sir J. R., 1st Lord Romilly ; 1867'-1862" ; 
Trin. Coll. Gamb. ; m. Edith, d. of Benson 
Rathbone ; died May 1, 1886. 

Cranstoun. 7th son of W. G. K. of 
The Haie, Newnham-on-Sevem ; 1867'- 
1861'; Exeter ColL Oxf. { M.A. ; Barrister- 
at-Law, Inner Temple ; m. Sarah Elizabeth, 
d. of Edwin Townsend; died Dec 26, 



Rt. Rev. John Richardson, D.D. 
Son of Rt Rev. G. A. S., Bp. of New 
Zealand, aft Bp. of Lichfield; 1864'- 
1862' ; Eton viii. 1862 ; won double 
ScuUing 1861 ; won PuUing 1862 ; 0pp. 
and Mixed WaU and Field xi.s 1860-1 ; 
Keeper of the Field 1861; Trin. ColL 
Gamb. ; M.A. ; Gamb. viii. 1864 and 1866, 
Stroke 1864 ; Curate of Alrewas 1869-70, 
St George's, Wolverhampton, 1871, Vicar 
1871-2 ; Missionary in Melanesia 1873-7 ; 
Bp. of Melanesia 1877-90; Master of 
Selwyn GolL Gamb. 1890-8 ; Hon. Chap, to 
Queen Victoria 1892-6 ; m. 1st, Clara, d. of 
Capt Jones ; 2nd, Annie, d. of T. S. Mort ; 
died at Pan, Feb. 12, 1898. 

Hon. and Rev. Albert Victor. 2nd 
son of Rt Hon. George William (4th Lord 
Lyttelton) of Hagley Hall, Stourbridge ; 
1867'-1861»; Trin. ColL Camb. ; M.A. ; 
3rd Gl. Class. Trip. ; 2nd GL Theo. 
Trip. ; Cuddesdon Theo. ColL ; Curate 
of Honiton 1869-70, HUlingdou 1870-2, 
Hawarden 1872-89 ; Sub- Warden of St 
Cyprian Theo. ColL Bloemfontein 1881-6 ; 
Curate of St Cyprian, Kimberley, 1886- 
92; Vicar of St Augustine, Kimberley, 
1891-6 ; Theo. Tutor and Chap, to Bp. of 
Bloemfontein 1897-9; Curate of St 
Michael's, Southwark, 1900-3 ; Curate in 
charge of St John's, Hawarden, since 1893. 
St. John^s Parsonage, Mold. 

Charles, M.P., J.P. 2nd sou of J. B. 
of Farley Hall ; 1866'-1861» ; won Hurdle 
Race 1860 ; Oniv. GoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Sad 
GL Law and Hist 1866 ; called to the Bar, 
Linoohi's Inn, 1868 ; Hon. Col. Comm. 4th 
Bn. N. Stafifs Regt. ; Mem. of House of 
Laymen, Diocese of Lichfield ; M.P. for 
Leek Div. of Staffs since 1892 ; J.P. for 
Staffs ; m. Ellen Margaret Hepburn, d. of 
Lieut-Col. Richard Henry FitzHerbert of 
Somersal Herbert, co. Derby. Farley 
Hall, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent, and 16 Hcms 
Mansions, S.W. 

Edward Willoughby. 1866'-1860' ; 
formerly Maj. Royal Art ; served at 
Hyderabad, India. 

Campbell Macpherson-. Of Ballimore, 
Argyll, and Drumduan, oo. Elgin ; 2nd 
sou of Sir J. M.-G., 2ud Bt of BaUlndalloch 
Castle, CO. Elgin ; 1866'-1860' ; formerly 
Capt Gk>rdon Highlrs. ; died unm. Feb. 28, 
1896. 



James Patrick. Son of J. R. H. of 
26 Cambridge Sq., Edgeware Rd., W., and 
Park Cottage, Devizes ; 1867"-1862» ; Field 
XI. 1862 ; Exeter ColL Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
Barrister-at-Law. Junior Carlton CltU}, 
30 PaU MaU, S.W, 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FORM. 



Teape ma, 

(W.RM., W.B.M. <& 
p. St. J. T.) 



Hilton 

(W.L.E.) 



Eose 

(W.^ c. 



Leigh vtia. 

(F.B D.) 



Whitmore 

(Miss K, A..F B ) 

Walpole 

(Miss G., W.J ) 



Howard 

(P.V., W.J ) 



Nation 

(P. v., W.J.) 



Follett mi. 

(B.O. & W.W., W.W.) 



Frederick ma, 

(T.H.8., P.E.D.) 



Arthur Stanley. Son of T. T. of 
St. Qemuiins Place, Blackheath, Kent; 
1867»-1862' ; Eton xi. 1862 ; Exeter Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Oxf. xi. 1863-6 ; died 
March 1, 1885. 

Rev. Henrt George. Sod of Bey. H. H., 
Bector of Milstead, Sittingboame, and 
Hon. Canon of Canterbury 1856'-1861' : 
Univ. Coll. Oxf.; M.A..; Curate of Wrox- 
ton, Banbury, 1867-70 ; m. Lucy Florence, 
d. of James Pitcher. Weston^ Honitoti. 

WiLUAM MOLYNEUX, J.P. Eld. 8on of 
W. G. B. of Wolston Grange ; 1866M869» ; 
formerly Lieut. 32nd Cornwall Lt. Infty. ; 
m. Violet, d, of David Stewart Ker of 
Montalto, co. Down ; J.P. for co. War- 
wick. Wolston Orange^ Rugby. 

Bgerton, J.P., D.L. Eld. eon of K L. of 
West Hall and Jodrell Hall ; 1866»-1869* ; 
formerly Capt. Ist Boyal Dragoons ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Che8hire,High Sheriff 1882 ; m. 
Ist, Lady Elizabeth Mary Gore White, 
d. of William Henry, 3rd Earl of Bantry ; 
2nd, Violet Cecil May, d. of Col. Alfred 
Tippinge of Longparish House, Whit- 
church, Hants. \\€U HcaU High Leigh, 
Knutsford; Jodrell Hall, Holmes Chapel, 
Crewe, and Twemlow Hall, Holmes Chapel, 
Crewe. 

Walter Henrt. 2nd son of T. C. W. 
of Apley, Salop; 1866*-1860*; formerly 
in the Salop Mil. ; died Aug. 19, 1880. 

Sir Horatio George, E.C.B. 2nd son 
of Bt. Hon. S. H. W., Q.G., of Ealing ; 
1866M861'; Aesist. Under-Sec. of State 
for India since 1883 ; Sec. to Boyal Commn. 
on Civil Establishments 1886-90 : m. Selina 
Maria, d. of Capt. John Thomas PercevaL 
18 Linden Gdns., Bayswater, W. 

George James (9th Earl of Carlisle). 
Son of Hon. C. W. G. H., M.P. for E. 
Cumberland and nephew of Bev. William 
George, 8th Earl of C, Bector of 
Londesborough, Market Weigh ton, Yorks; 
1857M86P; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 
M.P. for E. Cumberland 1879-80 and 
1881-6, J.P. for Cumberland ; m. Hon. 
BosaUnd Frances, d. of Edward John, 
2nd Lord Stanley of Alderley. Castle 
Howard, York; Naworth Castle, Carlisle, 
and 1 Kensington Palace Green, W. 

William Hamilton Codrington. Son 
of W. N. of Southernhay, Exeter ; 1867"- 
1860» ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Author and 
Theatrical Manager ; contributed to Public 
School and University Periodicals con 
tinuously 1867-62. Rockbeare House, 
Exeter. 

Col. Bobert Wiluam Wbbr. Of Culm 
Davy, Cullompton ; 6tii son of Sir W. W. P., 
Attomey-Genl., of Culm Davy ; 1867»- 
1863' ; 0pp. and Mixed Wall and Field xi.s 
1861-2 ; Keeper of the Field 1862 ; won 
Steeplechase 1863 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Ist CI. 
Law and Mod. Hist. ; Col. Comm. Ist Bn. 
Coldstream Gds. 1890-^; m. Lady Julia 
Alice Kennedy, d. of Archibald, 2nd Mar- 
quis of Ailsa. Woodside, Old Windsor. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Sir Charles Edward, 7th 
Bt., J.P. Eld. son of Gen. B. P., C.B., of 
Shawford House, Winchester, and kinsman 
of Capt Sir B. P., 6th Bt ; 1867"-1861' ; 
served in the 10th Hussars 1861-73, and in 
the 2l8t Hussars 1873-82 ; ret as Lieut- 
Col. ; J.P. for Hants, High Sheriff 1889 
m. Emma Agnes, d. of Thomas Taylor of 
the Bengal Civil Service. Shawford House, 
Winchester. 



Lord Parker 

(Miss E., A.F.B.) 



Smith mi, 

(Mrs. v., E.D.S.) 



Smith 7ni7i, 

(Mrs. v., E.D.S.) 



Egerton 

(F.B.D.) 



Graussen ma, 

(W.E., E.B.) 



Anderson 

(W.B.M.) 



Forster 

(J.L.J.) 



Burke mi, 

(W.L.H.) 

McDonell 

(0.W.) 

Baker mi, 

(W.E., B.D.) 



Nash 

(G. P., W.L.H.) 



George Augusi'US, Viscount Eld. 
son of Thomas Augustus Wolstenholme, 
6th Earl of Macclesfield ; 1866'-186l* ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Lieut Ist Life Gds. ; 
aft Capt and Hon. Major OxL Yeo. Cav. ; 
m. 1st, Edith, d. of Frederick Paul Harford 
of Down Place, Windsor, and widow of 
Thomas Bumbold Richardson, 1st Life 
Gds. ; 2nd, Carine Agnes (Lady of Grace of 
the Order of St John of Jerusalem), d. of 
Pryse Loveden of Gogerddan, co. Cardigan ; 
died Sept 24, 1896. 

Bev. Orlando Spencer-, J.P. 4th son of 
S. S. of Brooklands, Hants ; 1867»-1861» ; 
Eton XI. 1861 ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
Oxf. XI. 1866 ; Curate of Thomford, Sher- 
borne, 1871-4, W. Hamham, Wilts, 1876 ; 
Vicar of Kingston-on-Soar, Derby, 1876-8 ; 
Bector of Swyre 1878-88 ; m. Theodosia, 
d. of Gen. Sir Bichard England, G.C.B. 
Swanwtek Qlen, Southampton. 

Capt. Gilbert Joshua Spencer-, J.P, 
6th son of S. S. of Brooklands, Hants ; 1867*- 
1861' : Eton XI. 1861 ; formerly Capt 86th 
Lt Infantry, and 3rd Bn. Hants Beg^t ; 
J.P. for Hants ; m. Edith Charlotte, d. of 
Capt Hon. Dudley Anderson Pelham, B.N. 
Maidenstone Heath, Bursledon, Southamp- 
ton, 

Col. Alfred Mordaunt, C.V.O., C.B. 
4th son of Bev. T. E., Bector of Middle, 
Shrewsbury ; 1866M869* ; served In 
2nd Bn. Bifle Bgde., India, 1863-« ; in Ist 
Bn. Bifle Bgde., Canada, 1866-8 ; joined B. 
Horse Gds. 1869 : ret as Col. 1888 ; 
Equerry to H.B.H. Duke of Connaught 
1878 ; Comptroller of the Household to 
H.B.H. Duke of C. since 1890; m. Hon. 
Mary Geoi^na Ormsby-Gbre, d. of William 
Bichard, 3rd Lord Harlech. Stud House, 
Hampton Court, S.O., Middlesex. 

Capt. Bobert George, J.P. Eld. son of 
B. W. G. of Brookmans Park ; 1867"-1860» ; 
formerly Capt Gren. Gds. ; J.P. for Herts ; 
m. Selina, d. of Major Arthur Willoughby 
Cole Hamlton of Beltrim, oo. Tyrone. 
Brookmah's Park, Hatfield. 

Francis Foljambe. Of Lea Hall, 
Gainsborough. 2nd son of Sir C. H. J. A., 
9th and- last Bt of Bronghton, co. Lincoln ; 
1866'-1860' ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; m. Anne 
Louisa Heywood, d, of Benjamin Heywood 
Jones of Larkhill, Bolton ; died Sept 16, 
1881. 

Paul Frederick. Eld. son of J. F. of 
Malverleys ; 1866»-1861* ; Trin. CoU. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple ; C.C. Highclere Div. of Hants ; 
m. Annie Mary, d. of Capt J. Lindsey of 
Burlyns, Newbury. Malverleys, Newbury. 

Bowland Henry. 6th son of J. St G. B., 
Q.C., of Auberies, Sudbury, Suffolk ; 1866'- 
1861* ; died June 28, 1861. 



' Alexander. 1866*- 
Merchant in China. 



•1860* ; formerly a 



Henry Orde Lloyd, J.P. 2nd son of 
T. B. L. B. of Hardwicke Court ; 1866>- 
1860' : won School Steeplechase 1869 ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. for co. Gloucester. Hard- 
wicke Court, Gloucester. 

I William. Son of W. N. of Langley, 
Bucks ; 1866'-1869* ; Clerk in the War 
I Office ; died May 21, 1868. 



64 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Burchell-Herne 

(T.H.S., J.B.Y.) 



Garratt 

(E.B.) 



Hardy 

(W.L.H.) 



Bruce ma, 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Humphrys 



(Miss E., W.A.O.) 



Thomas 

(J.W.H.) 

Eidgway 

(W.B.M.) 

Dyke 

(P.E.D.) 



Tayleur 

(J.B.Y.) 



Rev. Humphrey Frederick Hbrne. 
Son of H. H. B.-H. of Bushey Grange ; 
1856»-1860' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 
fonnerly Gapt. Herts Mil. ; Curate of St. 
John's, Garrington, Notts, 1870-2, Holy 
Trln. Chap., Brighton, 1872-3; J.P. for 
Herts ; m. Mary Ann Elizabeth, d. of 
Samuel Hall Eg^inton of North . Ferriby, 
Brongh, co. York. Bushey Grange^ nr. 
Watford, 

LiEUT.-CoL. John Arthur Thomas, J.P. 
Son of J. G. of Bishop's Court ; 1856'- 
1859'; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Gren. Gds. (ret), 
and Capt. Ist Devon Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Deron ; m. Georgina Henri- 
etta, d. of John Henry de Salis. Bishop's 
Courtf Exeter, 

Maj. Charles Stewart, J.P., D.L. Eld. 
son of 0. H. of Chilham Castle ; ISSe^-WeO* ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly 37th Begt., aft. 
Maj. and Hon. Lleat.-Col. E. Kent Yeo. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Kent, High SheriflE 1874 ; 
m. Fanny Alice, d. of Matthew Bell of 
Bourne Park, Canterbury. Chilham Castle, 
Canterbury, 

Lord Henrt Augustus Brudenell- 
(5th Marquis of Ailesbury). 3rd son of 
Ernest Augustus Charles, 3rd Marquis of 
A., and uncle of George William Thomas, 
4th Marquis of A. ; 1855'-1859' ; formerly 
Capt. 9th Foot, and Lieut-Col. 3rd Bn. 
Duke of Edinburgh's Wilts Begt. ; M.P. for 
Chippenham Div. of Wilts 1886-92; Chmn. 
of Meax & Co., Brewers ; m. Georgiana 
Sophia Maria, d. of G. H. Pinckney of 
Tawstock Court, Devon. Vaia Marhella, 
Biarritz^ France, and Savernake, Marl- 
borough, 

Armitage Eglantine, J.P. 5th son of 
W. H. of Ballyhaise House^ Cavan ; 1856' 
-1860* : J.P. for CO. Cavan ; m. Ist, Maria 
Victoria, d. of James Betty of Lakefield, 
Bawnby, co. Cavan ; 2nd Cecilia, d. of J. 
L. Weaver. Idsagoan, Ballyhaise, Cavan, 

Rice Wiluam, J.P. 1854*-1859' ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. for co. Carnarvon. Coed 
Helen, Carnarvon. 

Francis Hastings. Son of T. R. of 
WaUsuches, Bolton ; 1857'-1860* ; died 1860. 

Rev. Canon Edwin Francis. Son of 
F. H. D., Queen's Proctor ; 1856»-1861' ; 
Trin. Hall, Camb. ; M.A. ; Camb. XL 1865 ; 
Curate of Crayford 1866-8 and West 
Wickham, Kent, 1868-76 ; Vicar of Orping- 
ton, Kent, 1877-83 ; Vicar of Maidstone 
1883-96 ; Rural Dean of Sutton 1889-96 ; 
Rector of Mersham since 1896 ; Hon. 
Canon of Canterbury 1892 ; Rnral Dean 
of North Lympne 1903 ; m, Katharine 
Louisa, d. of Sir Frederick Currie, 1st Bt. 
Mersham Rectory, Ashford, Kent. 



Lower Division. 



Charles. 2nd son of Rev. C. T., of 
The Fields, Market Drayton ; 1856«-1860* ; 
won Mile and 100 yds. 1869 ; fonnerly in 
the 7th Fusiliers ; m. Miss Gill of Wrays- 
bury, Staines ; died Nov. 23, 1903. 



Fremantle 

(W.B., E.B. & W.J.) 



Hon. and Rev. Stephen James. 5th 
son of Thomas Francis, 1st Lord Cottesloe 
of Swanbourne, Winslow ; 1868'-1863" ; 
Newc. Select 1861-2, Sch. 1863 ; Tomline 
Select 1863 ; Prince Consort's French Prize 
1859 ; Sch. of BaUiol Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Ist 
CI. Mods. 1865 : Ist CI. Lit Hum. and Senr. 
Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1867 ; Ellerton 
Theo. Essay 1869 ; Tutor of Ch. Ch. ; 
Examining Chaplain to Bp. of Ely ; died 
nnm. Sept 16, 1874. 



Macrae 

(R.D.) 



Eigden 

(W.L.E.) 



Crowder 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Garnett 

(C.W.) 



Cavendish 

(Mrs. v., A.F.B.) 

Hawtrey ma. 

(J.W.H., aft K.S., 
E.C. & C.CJ.) 



Drummond 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Dodington 

(W.A.C.) 



Mort 

(P.V., W.J.) 



Barne 

(W.L.H.) 



Loveda 



veaay 

(J.W.H. & W.A.C.) 



Charles Coun. Son of A. C. M. ; 
1857*-1862" : Shooting Team 1862 ; Sch. of 
Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 2nd CI. Final Classics ; 
Barrister-at-Law ; Director of several 
Co.s ; m, Cecilia, d. of Samuel Laiug. 93 
Onslow Gds., 8.W. 

William Edward. Of Faversham ; son 
of W. R. of Faversham ; 1857"-1862'' ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; Banker and 
Brewer at Faversham ; J.P. for Kent ; 
M.F.H. Tickham Hunt; m. Jessy, d. of 
J. Moray Brown ; died Sept 26, 1904. 

Augustus George, J.P. Son of G. A. C. 
of 65 Portland Place, W. ; 1857"-1862' ; 
Eton VIII. 1860, 0pp. Wall 1861 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; J.P. for Middlesex and London ; m. 
Louisa Isabella, d. of Hon. Henry Spencer 
Law. 65 Fortland Place, W, 

Rev. Lionel. 2nd son of H.,G. of 
Wyreside, Lancaster ; 1857M862' r blayed 
against Harrow 1860 ; Eton xi. 1S61-2 ; 
B.N.C. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Curate of St Mary's, 
Sheffield, 1867-9; Rector of ChriStleton 
since 1869 ; m. Amy Eliza, d. of John 
Thompson of Boughton Hall, Chester. 
Christleton Rectory, Chester. 

Walter Frederick. 4th son of Lord 
G. H. C, M.P. for N. Derbys ; 1857»-1861» ; 
formerly in the Rifle Bgde. ; died at Agra 
1866. 

George Procter. Son of Rev. J. W. H., 
Assist Master at Eton 1842-69 ; 1854*- 
1864" ; Sch. of Pembroke CoU. Oxf . ; M.A. ; 
Actor and Dramatist ; m. 1st, Eda, d. of 
William Strahan ; 2nd, Gertrude Jessy 
Rolls, d. of Capt John Simon Chandos 
Harcourt, of Ankerwycke Priory, Wrays- 
bury, Staines. Elizabeth Villa, Garden 
Road, St. John's Wood, N.W. 

Capt. Algernon Hbneage. Son of 
Rev. H. D., Rector of Leckhampstead, 
Buckingham; 1857M861'; Capt Rifle 
Bgde. (ret) ; in Messrs. Drummond, 
Bankers, 49 Charing Cross, S.W. ; m. 
Margaret Elizabeth, d. of William Benson 
of Langtons, Alresford. Maltman's Green, 
GerrarcPs Cross, R.S.O., Bucks, ahd 73 
Comteall Gdns., 8.W, 

Rev. Henry Phelps Marriott-. 8rd 
son of Rev. T. M.-D. of Horsington House, 
Wincauton, Bath; 1856'-1861" ; Trln. 
ColL Camb. ; B.A. ; Wells Theo. Coll. ; 
Curate of Bere-Regis, Wareham, 1866-8, 
Langton-Matravers, Wareham, 1868-9 ; 
Rector of Stowell, Sherborne, 1869-76; 
Vicar of Wool, Wareham, 1876-80 ; Rector 
of Little Birch, Koss, Hereford, 1883-90 ; 
Vicar of Leigh, Sherborne, Dorset, 1890- 
1901 ; m. Ada Mary, d. of Rev. Robert 
Bruce-Kennard, Rector of Mamhull, Stur- 
minster Newtown, Dorset WeUbury, 
Sherborne, Dorset, and Syles Farm, Hen- 
stridge, Blandford. 

James Laidlet. Son of T. S. M. of 
Greenoakes, Sydney; 1856M861* ; Eton 
VIII. 1861 ; a Director of Public Companies ; 
m. Mary Josephine, d. of Robert Coveny 
of Sydney. Union Club, Sydney, N.S. 
Wales, Australia. 

CAFr. Phiup Julius Honywood 
Ayscogh. 2nd son of F. B. of Sotterley 
Park, Wangford, Suffolk; 1865»-1859* ; 
formerly in the 49th Regt ; aft Gapt 60th 
Rifles ; m. Edith, d. of Anthony O'ReiUy 
of Balstrana. E€Ut Walton, King's Lynn, 

John Edward Taylor, J.P. Eld. son 
of Rev. T. L., B.D., Rector of East Ilsley, 
Newbury, Berks; 1854"-1861'; Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. for co.s Oxford and War- 
wick ; m. Margaret, d. of Alexander 
Gheape of Lathockar, co. Fife. Williams- 
cote, nr. Banbury, 



1859.] 



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65 



Bridges 

(J.W.H. & T.H.8., 
C.T.P. & O.CJ.) 



Johnson m-a, 

(Home,W.A..O.&C.W.) 



Lees 

(R.D.) 



Lees 

(R.D.) 



Trower 

(W.B., o.c.w. 
p. St. J. T.) 



Mowbray mi. 
(Miss G., c.w.) 

Brownrigg 

(Miss E., E.D.S.) 



Nesfield 

(Miss G., F.E.D.) 

Fortescue 

(P. v., W.J.) 



Lord Downe 

(Mrs. de R., KB. & 
J.L.J.) 



Robert Seymour, P.R.C.P. Son of 
.T. T. B. of Walmer and St. Nicholas Coart, 
Isle of Thanet ; 1864»-1863» ; 0pp. Wall 
and Field xi.s 1862 ; C. C. C. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
M.B. (Hon. Pellow); Physician at St. 
Bartholomew's ; ret. 1882 ; Author of many 
well-known poems. VeUtendon, Newbury, 

Frederick Poxsonby, J.P., D.L. Eld. 
son of G. J. J. of Gastlesteads : 1856M862' ; 
Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly Capt. 
Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. Cav.; 
J.P. and D.L. for Camberland ; m. Prances 
Mary, d. of Col. William Gray of Farley 
Hill Place, Reading. Castlesteads, Bramp- 
ton^ Carlisle. 

Edward Brown. Of Thurland Castle, 
Kirby Lonsdale ; son of J. L. of Higher 
Clarksfield, Oldham; 1867»-1862'; Shooting 
Team 1861 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
LleQt.-Col. 22nd Lanes Rifle Vol. 1878-85 ; 
J.P. for Westmorland, Lanes and W. 
Riding of Yorks ; D.L. for Westmorland ; 
m. Dorothy, d. of John Llvesey of Black- 
burn ; died Aug. 27, 1896. 

Joseph Crompton. Of Lower Clarks- 
field, Oldham, eld. son of J. L. of Lower 
Clarksfield ; 1867*-1862* ; Exeter Coll. 
Oxf.; formerly Lleut-Col. 6th Vol. Bn. 
Manchester Regt. ; m. Emma Margaretta, 
d. of James Greaves of Peterborough. 
Netetoufn Manor^ Hligo. 

Rev. Canon John. Son of Capt T., of 
Stanstead Bury, Ware ; 1867'-1863» ; won 
double Sculling 1862 ; Exeter Coll. Oxt ; 
M.A. ; Curate of Woodborough, Wilts, 1868- 
72, Doncaster 1872-6,Hallfax 1876-80; Vicar 
of Wortley, Leeds, 1880-90 ; Vicar of Otley 
1890-8 ; Ohmn. of Otley School Bd. ; Hon. 
Canon of Rlpon 1896 ; Rural Dean of Otley 
1896; m. Elizabeth Ann, d. of George 
Chambers ; died Feb. 6, 1898. 

Charles Cochrane. Of Wellhall, 
Hamilton ; son of B. H. M. of Surblton 
House, Kingston-on-Thames ; 1857'-1861'; 
Iron Master ; m. Louisa, d. of John 
Brotherton ; died June 28, 1903. 

Bernard Ousbley. 1867M862" ; for- 
merly In the 16th Regt. ; went out to 
Canada 1863 ; drowned by the upsetting 
of a boat on Lake Ontario, In Canada, 
April 9, 1864. 

David William. Son of W. A. N. of 
3 York Ter., Regent's Park, N.W. ; 
1868>-1869»; went to CaUfomia ; m. 
Katherine, d. of Thomas Mahoney of 
San Francisco ; died 1900. 

Eev. Hugh John. Eld. son of Hon. 
and Rev. J. P., Rector of Poltlmore, Exeter, 
and Canon of Worcester ; 1858'-1863' ; 
Tomllne Select 1862 ; bracketed 2nd for 
Tomllne Prize 1863 ; Sch. of Magd. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Sen. Opt. 1867 ; Camb. 
vm. 1866 ; Curate of St. Mary's, Kidder- 
minster, 1867-76 ; Vicar of St. George's, 
Leicester, 1876-95 ; Rector of Honlton 
since 1896. The Bectoryt Noniton. 

Maj.-Gen. Hugh Richard (8th Vis- 
count), C.B., K.O.V.O., CLE. Eld. son of 
WlUlam Henry, 7th Viscount D. ; 1858"- 
1862" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Law 
and Hist 186b; ent. 2nd LlfeGds. 1865, Maj. 
1879; Lleut.-Col.lOtli Hussars 1886; Comm. 
10th Hussars 1887-92 ; served In Zulu War 
1879 ; A.D.C. to H.R.H. Duke of Connaught, 
Comm. Meerut Dlv. 1883-6 ; A.D.C. to 
H.R.H. Duke of Cambridge 1892-6 ; Col. 
Comm. Cav. Bgde. at the Cnrragh 1897-9 ; 
served In S. Africa 1899-1900 (mentioned 
In despatches twice) and 1901-2 ; Special 
Envoy to Shah of Persia 1903 ; Brlg.-Gen. 
1901 (ret.) ; m. Lady Cecilia Maria Charlotte, 
V.A., d. of Charles WUllam, 3rd Earl of 
Sefton. Dingley^ Market Harborough, and 
Danhy Lodge^ Orostnont^ R.S.O.t Yorks, \ 



Campbell ma, 

(W,W., W.A.C.) 

Whittuck ma, 

(W.B.M.) 



Acland mi. 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Carter wa. 

(K.S., E.D.S., J.T.W. 
& W.A.C.) 



Wilde 

(W.A.C.) 

Tarborough 

(W.L.H.) 



Puller mi. 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Tinne 

(P.E.D.) 



Palmer 

(W.B.M. & W.W.) 



Lord Clanmaurice 

(A.F.B.) 



Hulse 

(C.CJ.) 



Douglas. Son of R. C. of Bnscot Park, 
Farrlngdon, Berks ; 1856»-1860' ; m. d, of 
Gen. Burnet, R.A. ; died 1868. 

Rev. Samuel Henry Pe&(berton. 
Eld. son of J. W. W. of Hanham Hall, 
Bristol, and Royal Ores. Bath; 1856'- 
1860' ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; formerly 
Comet 8titi Hussars ; aft. In Holy Orders ; 
Curate of Alnwick, Northumberland, 1879- 
86, Bath Abbey 1886-9 ; Vicar of Heywood, 
Westbury, 1889-96 ; m. Nina Hastings, d. 
of Sir Thomas Bernard Dancer, 6th Bt. ; 
died 1896. 

Francis Gilbert Dyke. 2nd son of 
Rt. Hon. Sir T. D. A., 11th Bt. of Kll- 
lerton, Exeter; 1867»-1861» ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; formerly In the Rifle Bgde. ; 
served In Canada and India ; died nnm. 
Aug. 24, 1874. 

LoRANCR William. Sou of Rev. 
W. A. C, Fellow and Bursar of Eton ; 
1867»-1864' ; Coll. Wall 1863 ; New CoU. 
Oxf. ; B.A. ym, Henrietta Gl&tdowe, d. of 
Rev. John Osborne Seager. 97 Salisbury 
Roadt Barnet, 

Spencer Crouqhton. 1857'-1862* ; 
Trln. Coll. Camb. ; formerly a Solicitor In 
Lincoln's Inn. 

George Bryan Cooke, J.P., D.L. Eld. 
son of G. C. Y. of Camps Mount ; 1857'- 
1861" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly 
Lieut 14th Hussars ; J.P. and D.L. for W. 
Riding of Yorks ; m. Mary Elizabeth, d. 
of Henry Yarborough Parker of Street- 
thorpe, 00. York. Camps Mounts Doncaster, 

Rev. Bernard John. 5th son of C. W. 
Glles-PuUer, M.P., of Youngsbury, Ware ; 
1868'-1863" ; Tomllne Select 1862-3 ; Prince 
Consort's French Prize 1862 ; Sch. of Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 19th Wrangler 1867 : 
Chaplain of Cuddesdon Theo. Coll. ; died 
unm. Mar. 9, 1876. 

John Ernest. Son of J. A. T. of 
Brionley, Algburth ; 1868M863'; 1st 
Editor *Eton Coll. Chronicle'; Univ. 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. : Merchant and Sugar 
Planter ; m. d, of E. J. Walnwright of 
Trinidad. Mostyn, Aigburth, Liverpool, 

Grevilb Horsley. Eld. son of E. H. P., 
Director of the Bank of England ; 1858»- 
1861» ; Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. : Merchant 
Banker (ret.) ; m, Mary Frances, d. of 
Rev. William Brassey Hole, Vicar of Bray, 
Berks. Heywood Lodge^ Maidenhead. 

Rt. Hon. Henry Charles Keith 
(5th Marquis of Lansdowne), K.G., G.C.S.I., 
G.C.M.G. ; eld. son of Henry, 4th M. of L. ; 
1868»-1862* ; Fellow of Eton 1880-3 ; Ball. 
Coll. Oxf. ; LL.D. (Hon.) ; 2nd CI. Class. 
1867; Lord of the Treasury 1869-72; Under- 
Sec, for War 1872-4 ; Under-Sec. for India 
1880 ; Gov.-Gen. of Canada 1883-8 ; Gov.- 
Gen. of India 1888-93 ; Sec. for War 1895- 
1900 ; Trustee of Nat Gallery since 1894 ; 
Lord-Lieut of Wilts since 1896 ; Foreign 
Sec. since 1900; m. Lady Maud Evelyn 
Hamilton, C.L, V.A., d, of James, Ist Duke 
of Abercorn. Bowood, Calne, Wilts ; Meik- 
leoury CO. Perth ; Derreen^ Kenmare, co. 
Kerry, and Lansdowne House. Berkeley 
Sq., W, 

LiKUT.-CoL. Charles FREi)ERicK. Eld. 
son of C. H. of Stoke Park. Guildford ; 
1856»-1860*; Lleut-Ool. Rifle Bgde; m. 
Jessie, d, of Lieut-Gen. Joseph Edwin 
Thackwell, C.B. ; died Feb. 7, 1902. 

K 



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Cavendish 

(A.F.B.) 



Hardy 

(W.B., E.B.) 



Wood 

(J.W.H., T.H.S. & CO. 
J., J.W.H., C.T.P., 
O.C.W. & C.O.J.) 



Trench 

(W.B.M.) 



Mr. Charteris 

(O.O.W.) 

Willert. 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. 
O.B.) 



Humberston 

(P.B.D.) 



Neave 

(G.P., W.L.H.) 



Paul 

(Miss G., W.W.) 



William Thomas. Of Thornton Hall, 
Stony Stratford, and Grakemarsh, Utto- 
xeter, StaflEs ; eld. son of R. 0. of Thornton 
Hail and Orakemarah ; 1867»-1860» ; Ch. 
Ch. Ozf. ; formerly Lieut 5th Dragoons, 
aft. Oapt Backs Yeo. ; J.P. for Backs and 
Northants ; m. Cecilia Lafayette, d. of 
James Kennedy of the Limes, co. Down ; 
died April 10, 1878. 

Hon. Aijrbd Erskike (aft Oathome- 
Hardy), J.P., D.L. 3rd son of Gathome, 
Ist Earl of Granbrook : 1857'-1861> ; Ball. 
Goll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Ist GL Law and Hist 
1867 : called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1869 ; M.P. for Canterbury 1877-80, and 
East Grinstead Div. of Sussex 1886-95; 
Barrister ; formerly Counsel for Woods 
and Forests and Commnr. of Works ; Dep. 
Chmn. S.E. Rly. and Director, Law Life 
Assurance ; m. Isabella Louisa, d. of John 
Malcolm of Poltalloch, co. Argyll. 77 
Cadogan Sq.^ & W, 

His Honour Judge William Wight- 
man. Eld. son of Bev. Canon P. A. L. W., 
Bector of Newent, Gloucester, and Canon 
of Middleham, Yorks ; 1855'-1864* ; Eton 
VUL 1863-4 ; Shooting xi. 1864 ; one of 
the Founders of * Eton ColL Chronicle ' ; 
Univ. Goll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Oxf. viii. 1866-7 ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1871 ; 
practised on the Home and S.E. Circuits, 
at the Essex and Herts Sessions and before 
Parliamentary Committees ; Judge of 
County Court (Leicester Circuit) since 
1894: m. Maria, d. of Maj. Wellington 
Browne, 45th Regt 3 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, B.C. 

William Thomas, J.P., D.L. 2nd son 
of H. T. of Cangort Park, King's Co. ; 
1867>-1862" ; Eton viiL 1882 ; 0pp. Wall 
and Field XLs 1861 ; Master of the Beagles 
1862; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 2nd CI. 
Moral Science Trip. ; Barrister, Inner 
Temple ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Tipperary 
J.P. for King's Co., High SheriflE 1886 ; m. 
Elizabeth Ida, (2. of Colin George Campbell 
of Stonefield, oo. Argyll. Redwood, Lorrha, 
Birr, CO. Tipperary, 

Hon. Francis. Eld. son of Francis, 9th 
Earl of Wemyss ; 1858M861' ; Ball. CoU. 
Oxf. ; Haddington Bifle Vol. ; died unm. 
July 22, 1870. 

Paul Ferdinand. Son of P. F. W. of 
Manchester ; 1858*-1862' ; Prince Consort's 
German Prize 1860 ; Commoner of Ball. 
Coll. Oxf. ; Sch. of C. C. C. Oxf. ; Taylor 
Sch. 1863 ; Ist CI. Lit Hum. and Fellow 
at Exeter Ctoll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister-at- 
Law ; Assist Master at Eton 1870-3 ; aft 
Tutor of Exeter Coll. ; m. Henrietta, d. 
of John Crofts of Adel, Leeds. The Croft, 
Headington HUl, Os^ford, 

Philip Hugh. Son of P. S. H. of 
Mollington Banastre, Chester ; 1855*- 
1860' : Magd. Coll. CSamb. ; LL.M. Capt 
Boyal Denbigh Rifles 1870 ; m. Edith 
Caroline, d. of John Jocelyn Ffoulkes of 
Erlviatt, oo. Denbigh ; died 1883. 

Ednowain Reginald. 5ih son of Sir 
R. D. N., 3rd Bt, of Dagnam Park, Rom- 
ford ; 1865*-1861' ; won Double ScaUing 
1860 ; won PuUing 1861 ; Trin. Hall Camb. ; 
B.A. ; died In (^lorado Jan. 12, 1874. 

WiLUAM Francis Bourne. Son of 
Rev. C. P., Vicar of Welton, Bath ; 1856"- 
1860* ; Colonial Civil Service (ret) ; m. 
Nona, d. of John Bethell. 12 Ivema Odns. 
Kensington, W. 



Gascoigne 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 



Sen house 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



CoUingwood 

(R.D.) 

FitzRoy 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.E.) 

Spencer 

(J.E.Y.) 

Bradney 

(W.L.E.) 



Gurney 

(Miss Q., E.D.S.) 



Eamsay 

(W.B^M.) 

Wood 

(J.W.H., B.C. & R.D.) 



Lord George Pratt 

(J.W.H. & B.B.) 



Mr. Legge 

(F.B.D.) 



Maj.-Gen. Sm William Julius, 
K.G.M.G. Son of Gen. E. F. G. of 14 Lowndes 
Sq.,S.W.; 1857M859"; ent Army 1863; 
Maj.-Gen. 1895 ; served in Egyptian War 
1882; present at Battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Med. with Clasp, Bronze Star) ; Soadan 
1885 (Clasp) ; China Expdn. 1900 ; in com- 
mand of troops in China and Hong Kong 
since 1898 ; m. Helen, d. of Martin Tucker 
Smitii and widow of Col. Hon. Arthur 
Frederick Egerton, Gren. Gds. Heitd- 
guarters House, Hong Kong, and 13 South 
St., Park Lane, fV. 

Humphrey Pockungton. Of Nether- 
hall, Maryport ; son of J. P. S. of Nether- 
haU ; 1856»-1862" ; Eton viii. 1862 : Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; Oxf. VIII. 1865-6 ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Cumberland ; m. Florence, d. of Turner 
A. Macan ; died Dec. 20, 1903. 

Edward John. Of Lilbum Tower, 
Alnwick ; eld. son of E. J. C. of Lilbam ; 
1858*-1861" ; J.P. for Northumberland ; 
died 1903. 

Cecil Augustus. Son of Rev. F. F., 
Rector of Great Ringstead, Norfolk ; 1857'- 
1861*; Magd. ColL Camb.; m. in New 
Zealand. 

Almeric Ashlet John. Eld. son of 
Lieut-Ck>l. G. A. S. ; 1856'-1859» ; Capt 
62nd Regt ; died unm. Aug. 16, 1879. 

John, J.P. Son of Rev. J. H. B. of Leigh 
House, Wilts, Rector of Charlton Adam, 
Somerton, Somerset ; 1854*-1859* ; Eton 
viii. 1859 ; Trin. ColL Camb. ; formerly 
Lieut 14th Hussars; J.P. for Somerset; 
m. Ist Mary Frances, d. of Rev. John 
William Routh, Rector of Tilehurst, 
Reading ; 2nd, Maud Barbara, d. of Edgar 
Disney of The Hyde, Ingatestone, Essex. 
Bayford Lodge, Wincanton, Bath, 

Rev. Walter Burne. Son of Rev. 
W. W. G., Rector of Roborongh, Beaford, 
N. Devon ; 1857»-1862" ; Emm. ColL Camb. ; 
LL.M. ; Curate of Stoke Climsland, Corn- 
wall, 1868-71, W. Lavington, WUts, 1871-2, 
Mariansleigh, S. Molton, 1872-5, Whimple, 
Exeter, 1875-85 ; Rector of Poughill since 
1885; m. Grace Maria, d. of T. 0. 
Williams. PoughUl Rectory, Crediton. 

Charles Wiluam Ramsat. Of 
Bamton, Midlothian; 1858*-1859* ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. 

Francis John Adelbbrt, J.P. Son of 
Rev. J. R. W., Canon of Worcester and 
Domestic Chaplain to T.M. King William 
lY. and Queen Adelaide, and H.R.H. Duke 
of Cambridge ; 1855"-1862' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
formerly Lieut 60th Rifles; aft Wor- 
cesters Yeo. ; J.P. for co. Worcester ; 
m. Edith Wilhelmina, d. of Walter 
Chamberlain Hemming of Spring Grove, 
Bewdley. Hallow Park, Worcester, 

George Murray, J.P. 2nd son of 
George Charles, 2nd Marquis of Camden, 
K.G. ; 1855»-1860' ; formerly Capt Gren. 
Gds., aft W. Kent Yeo. and Berks MIL ; 
J.P. for Berks ; m. Hon. Charlotte Harman 
Eaton, d. of Henry William, 1st Lord 
Cheylesmore. Meadow Bank, Winkfield, 
Windsor. 

Col. Hon. Henbage, M.P., D.L. 7th 
son of WiUiam, 4th Earl of Dartmouth ; 
1857*-1860»; formerly Capt Coldstream 
Gds., aft Lieut-Col. 9th Lancers ; served 
in Afghan War 1878-80 (Med. with Clasp, 
Bronze Star) ; Mil. Sec. to Viceroy of 
India 1884; Comm. Reserve Regt of 
Lancers 1900; M.P. for St George's, 
Hanover Sq., since 1900 ; D.L. for Staffs. 
90 Piccadilly, W, 



1859.] 



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67 



Chapman ma. 

(Mi88B.,W.A.C., 
0.0. W. & H.S.^ 



Bashford 

(T.H.S., F.KD.) 



Hervey 

(A.F.B.) 



Lawes 

(W.A.O.) 



Schneider 

(O.W.) 



Freeth mi, 

(J.W.H., C.T.P. & 
O.O.J.) 

Gore-Booth 

(F.B.D.) 



Mr. Cost 

(A.F.B.) 



Wynne 

(W.B., A.F.B.) 



Farquharson 

(Mrs. v., O.C.W.) 



I Maj. William Edward. Eld. son of 
i W. R. 0. of Arundel House, Tunbridge 
Wells ; 18J)7*-1860' ; Maj. 1st Dragoon 
! Gds. (ret) ; served with the 18th Regt. in 
i New Zealand 1863-6 ; m. Ada, ci. of Rev. 
' John Blennerhassett. 49 Lancaster Gate^ W. 

I LiEUT.-CoL. William. Of Hart's Leap, 
Sandhurst, Camberley ; sou of W. C. L. B. 
of Brunswick Sq., Brighton ; 1866»-1861» ; 
B. N.O. Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly in the 
17th Lancers, aft. Lieut-Col. 1st Bu. 
Hants Regt; m. Sophia Teressa, d. of 
T. L. Jenkins of Wraxall House, Bristol. 

George Henrt William. 2nd son of 
Rt Rev. Hon. A. G. H., D.D., Bp. of Bath 
and Wells ; 1866*-1860' ; m. 1st, Emma, d. 
of William Arkwright of Sutton Scarsdale, 
Chesterfield; 2nd, Mary, d. of WilUam 
Wells Cole. Tendring^ Colchester. 

Sir Charles Bennet, 2nd Bt (aft 
Lawes- Wittewronge). Son of Sir J. B. L., 
1st Bt of Rothamsted ; 1857'-1862' ; Eton 
VIII. 1860-2 ; Capt of the Boats 1862 ; won 
PuUing 1859, Sculling 1860 ; Field xl 1861; 
won Steeplechase 1860 ; won Mile, 350 yds., 
100 yds., and Hurdles 1861 ; Triu. Coll. 
Camb. ; B.A. ; Natural Science Trip. ; 
Camb. viii. 1865 ; Mile running Amateur 
Champion, and Amateur Champion Oars- 
man 1865 ; \y 1, and 6 to 25 miles amateur 
records cycling 1869 ; Laureat, Paris Salon ; 
Sculptor; m. Marie Amelie Rose, d. of 
Charles George Fonutaine. Rothamsted, 
St. Albans^ and The Studio^ Chelsea Gdns.y 
Chelsea Bi-idge Road, S, W. 

Col. John Henry Augustus. Son of 
H. W. S. of Belsfield, Windermere ; 1855»- 
1862'; Field xi. 1861; Shooting Team 
1862 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; m. Mary, 
d. of Rev. Morgan Groftou. 128 Belgraoe 
Rd.yS.W. 

Evelyn. Son of C. F. ; 1855»-1864' ; 
Government Clerk ; m. Florence, d. of 
Thomas Oakes. 20 Raymond Rd.y Wimble- 
don, S. IT., and Secretary, Estate Duty Office, 
Somerset House, S. W. 

Sir Henry William. 5th Bt of Lissa- 
dell, Sligo ; 2nd son of Sir R. G.-B., 4th 
Bt of LissadeU ; 1856«-1861' ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Sligo, High Sheriff 1872 ; m. 
Georgiua Mary, d. of Charles John Hill of 
TickhiU Castle, Rotherham ; died Jan. 13, 
1900. 

Hon. Adelbert Wellington Brown- 
low (3rd Earl Browulow). 2ud son of 
John Hume, Yisct Alford, and brother of 
John William Spencer, 2nd Earl B., and 
grandson of John, Ist^Earl B.; 1856^-1860'; 
Greu. Gds. 1863-6; M.P. for N. Salop 
1866-7 ; Parliamentary Sec. to L. O. Bd. 
1886-6 ; Pay-Master Gen. 1887-9 ; Under- 
Sec, of State for War 1889 ; Lord-Lieut of 
Lines since 1867 ; Ecclesiastical Commr. 
for England ; Trustee of the Nat Gallery 
1897; A.D.C. to the King; Hon. Col. 
Lines Imp. Yeo. ; m. Lady Mary Adelaide 
Talbot, d. of Henry John, 18th Earl of 
Shrewsbury. Ashi-idge Park, Jierkhamp- 
sted ; Helton House, Grantham, and 8 Carlton 
House Terrace, 8, W. 

Owen Slaney, J.P., D.L. 2ud son of 
W. W. E. W. of Peniarth, co. Merioneth ; 
1856»-1860» ; Ch.Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Oxf. viii. 
1862 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Merioneth ; J.P. 
for CO. Denbigh ; m. Mary, d. of Edward 
Owen of Garthyngharad, co. Merioneth, 
and widow of F. P. Davies of Barmouth. 
DoV Rhyd, Dolgelley. 

James John Phbups. Eld. sou of J. J . f. 
of Langton House, Blaudford ; 1857 •-I860" 
died at Eton of diphtheria July 6, 1860. 



Cresswell 

(R.D.) 



Walter ma. 

(B.B. & E.W.) 

Wheatley 
Smith 

(R.D., aft K.S., R.D.) 



Burton 

(W.A.C.) 



Price 

(E.B. & Miss B., E.B. <S 
E.D.S.) 



Moir 

(W.L.E.) 

Entwisle 

(Mi88G.,W.B.M.&E.W.) 

Buchanan 

(Mrs. de R., A.F.B.) 

Erere 

(K.S., W.B.M. & O.B.) 



OswiN CUMMiNG Baker-. Of Cresswell, 
Morpeth ; eon of O. A. B.-O. ; 1857*-1863"; 
Shooting Team 1862-3; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; 
formerly Capt 3rd Hussars, aft Maj. 
Northumberland Fusiliers ; J.P. for North- 
umberland, High Sheriff 1882 ; m. Emma 
Sophia Georgina, d. of Hon. Richard 
Denman of Westergate, Sn«ftx ; died 
Feb. 26, 1886. 

John Balston. Eld. son of J. W. of 
Bear Wood, Wokingham; 1857»-1863» ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; 2nd CI. Law 
and Hist 1868; drowned while skating 
Dec. 24, 1870. 

Newark Evelyn. Son of Gen. — W. 
of B.LC.S ; 1858»-1859'. 

Phiup Vernon. Son of G. J. P. S., 
Master of Supreme Court of Judicature ; 
1858»-1862» ; Newc. Select 1861, Med. 1862 ; 
Coll. Wall 1860-1; Mixed WaU 1861; 
Sch. of King's CoU. Camb.; M.A.; 
LL.D. ; Carus (Undergraduates) Prize 
1863 ; Members' Prize 1865 ; Chanc. Med., 
Senr. CI. and 1st CI. Math. Trip. 1866 ; 
Members' Prize (Graduates) 1867 ; Fellow 
of King's 1867-79 ; called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1869, and has since practised as a 
Conveyancer and in the Chancery and 
Ecclesiastical Courts ; Mem. of the Canter- 
bury House of Laymen since 1887 ; a 
Vice-Pres. of the Church Missionary Soc. ; 
a Commissioned Diocesan Lay Reader in 
London Diocese since 1891 ; Chanc. of the 
Diocese of Manchester since 1894 and 
Durham since 1903 ; m. Edith Frances, 
d. of Adml. James Stoddart 116 West- 
bourne Terrace, W., and 4 Stone Buildings, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Robert Edward Lingen. 3rd son of 
R. B. of Longner Hall, Shrewsbury ; 
1856"-1860« ; Eton viii. 1860 ; won Scul- 
ling and PulUng 1859 ; 0pp. Wall 1860 ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf.; B.A. ; Orf, vm. 1862; 
Farmer at Shrawardine, Shrewsbury, aft 
in Texas ; m. Marian De Lisle, d. of 
Col. Soulden Oakeley, 56th Regt ; died in 
Texas, U.S.A., Oct 23, 1883. 

Richard John Lloyd, J.P., D.L., 
F.R.A.S., F.Z.S. Son of R. J. P. ; 1867*- 
1860» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Capt 
Merionetli Rifles; Pres. N. Wales and 
Surrey Branches of the Anti- Vivisection 
Society ; Director London Ashanti Synd. ; 
Author ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Merioneth, 
High Sheriff 1869 ; J.P. for co.s Carnarvon 
and Denbigh ; m. Evelyn, d. of Capt 
Greji^-Hopwood of Hopwood Hall, Middle- 
ton, Manchester. Rhiwlas, Bala, R.S.O., 
CO. Merioneth, and 3 Spanish Mace 
Mansions, Manchester Sq., W. 

Robert William. 1868'-1862" ; Magd. 
Coll. Oxf. 

Arthur. Of Wolhaves, Christchurch 
Hants ; son of T. E., of Wolhayes ; 1857'- 
1862' ; Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister ; 
J.P. for Hants ; died Aug. 19, 1895. 

Edward. Son of Rt Hon. Sir A. B., 
G.C.B., Ambassador at St Petersburg ; 
1858'-186P; Trin. Coll. Camb.; B.A. ; 
Barrister ; died June 1870. 

Rev. Wiluam John. Son of Rev. J. F., 
Rector of Cottenham, Cambridge ; 1858'- 
1864' ; Newc. Select 1864 ; Tomline Select. 
1863-4; Coll. and Mixed Wall 1863; 
Shooting Team 1862 and 4 ; Demy of Magd. 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Hon. Class. Mods, and 
Lit Hum. ; Curate of Rugeley, Staffs, 
1869-74; Vicar of Wolverhampton 1874- 
82; Vicar of Quatford, Salop, 1882-4; 
Rector of Stanway since 1897 ; m. Priscilla 
Ann, d. of Rev. Edward Ash, Rector of 
Brisely, Dereham, ^antcay Rectory, Col- 
chester. 



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Freeling 

(O.C.J.) 

Coles 

(C.C.J., E.H., C.O.J. 

p. St. J. T.) 



Pollock 

(K.S., W.J.) 



Marsden 

(K.S., W.W.) 



Yearsley 

(Mrs. v., C.CJ.) 



Campbell mi, 

(KW.S.) 



Jemmett 

(Mrs. de E., C.T.P., 
0.0. W., B.D.S. & 
W.W.) 

Mr. Lyttelton mi. 

(W.B. & W.J.) 



Arthur Charles. 2ud sod of 0. B. F., 
Q.C.; 1868»-1862'; Cli. Oh. Oxf. ; died 
Jan. 11, 1904. 

Rev. Vincent Stuckey S'lHArroN. 
Son of Rev. J. S. C, Rector of Sbepton 
Beaachamp, Seavington, Somerset ; 1858'- 
1863" ; Exhlb. of Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
3rd 01. Mods, and Lit. Ham. ; Caddesdon 
Theo. C!oll. ; Curate of Wantage 1869-72 ; 
Rector of Sbepton Beaachamp 1872-85, 
Curate 1886-97 ; Res. Librarian, Pusey Lib- 
rary at Oxf. 1884, Chaplain 1890, Principal 
1897 ; Examining Chap, to Bp. of St. An- 
drews 1893 ; CTommiss. Bloemfoutein 1897- 
1900. Pusey House, Oxford. 

Sm Frederick. 3rd Bt., LL.D., D.C.L. 
Eld. son of Sir W. F. P., 2nd Bt. of 
London ; 1858»-1863« ; Newc. Select 1862-3 ; 
Tomline Select 1862; bracketed 2nd for 
TomUne Prize 1863 ; Sch. of Triu. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Pitt Sch. 1866 ; Latin 
Epigram 1866; 2Dd Glass.; Sen. Opt; 
Chanc. Med. and Fellow of Trinity 1867 ; 
Fellow of 0.0.0. Oxf. 1883-1903 ; D.C.L., 
Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh, Dublin and 
Harvard ; Barrister 1871 ; Prof, of Juris- 
prudence, Univ. Coll. London, 1882-3; 
CTorpus Prof, of Jurisprudence, Univ. of 
Oxf. 1883-1903 ; Prof, of Common Law in 
Inns of Court 1884-90; Mem. of Royal 
Labour Commn. 1891-4 ; C!orrespoudiug 
Mem. Institute of France 1894 ; Editor of 
the Law Reports since 1895 ; Fellow of 
the British Academy 1902 ; m. G^rgina 
Harriet, d. of John Deflell of Calcutta. 
48 Gt. Cumberland Flace^ TT., and 13 Old 
Sq., LincolrCs Inn, W.C. 

Reqinald Godfrey. Sou of Rev.J.H.M., 
Rector of Great Oakley, Harwich ; 1859*- 
1864' ; Tomline Select 1863 ; bracketed 2ud 
for Tomline Prize 1864 ; Eton viii. 1864 ; 
Coll. Wall 1863 ; Mixed Wall 1862-3, Keeper 
1863 ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; Postmaster of 
Merton 1865 ; 2nd 01. Lit. Hum. ; Oxf. viii. 
1867-8 ; formerly Barrister and Magistrate 
in Jamaica ; working in Record Office ; 
F.R.Hist.S. ; m. Edrica Jane, d. of Edric 
Cowling. 13 Leinster Gdm., Hyde Park, W. 

James Fletcher, J.P. Son of J. Y., 
M.D., of 15 Savile Row, W. ; 1857»-1860» ; 
B. N. 0. and New Inn HaU, Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple ; J.P. for 
Devon ; m. Edith Isabel Barbara, d. of 
W. H. Fletcher of Gloucester. Clevedoten, 
Lewes. 

Robert. Son of R. 0. of Buscot Park, 
Farringdon, Berks ; 1857»-1861» ; Sheep 
Farmer in New Zealand ; Mem. of Legis- 
lative Council of New Zealand : m. Miss 
E. J. Hawdou of New Zealand ; died 1889. 

Charles Fuhr. Son of 0. E. J. of 
Surbiton, Surrey ; 1857»-1863» ; Trin. OoU. 
Camb. ; M.A. and M.L. ; M.A. and B.C.L. of 
Oh. Oh. Oxf. ; Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn. 37 HaJf Moon Street, PiccadUly, W., 
and 7 King's Bench Walk, Temple, B.C. 

Lieut.-Gbn. Hon. Sir Neville Gerald, 
K.C.B. 3rd son of George William (4th 
Lord Lyttelton); 1858'-1864» ; Eton xi. 
1862-4 ; Opp. Wall 1861-3 ; Mixed Wall 
1862-3, Keeper 1863 ; Field xi. 1862-3 ; 
won 100 Yards 1862 ; Pres. Eton Soc. 1863 ; 
ent. Rifle Bgde. 1865 ; served in Canada 
and India ; A.D.C. to Lord Spencer, 
Viceroy of Ireland, 1868-73 ; Mil. Sec. to 
Sir John Adye, Gov. of Gibraltar 1883-5, 
and to Lord Reay, Gov. of Bombay, 1885- 
90; Lieut-Col. 1892; Comm. 2nd Bu. at Dub- 
lin till 1895 ; served in Fenian Rebellion, 
Canada, 1866 (Med. and Clasp) ; in Jowaki 
Expdn. 1877 (Med. and Clasp) ; in Egyptian 
Campaign 1882, incl. Battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(despatches, Brev.-Lieut-Col., Med. and 
Clasp, Bronze Star and 4th 01. Osmanieh) ; 
Nile Expdn. 1898 in Command of a 
Bgde. ; present at the Battle of Khartoum 



Mr. Lyttelton mi. 
— coni. 



Heathcote 

(W.A.C.) 



Hubbard 

(Miss E., E.D.S.) 



Hall 

(W.A.C.) 



Northcote ma, 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Pope 

(Miss E., E.D.S.) 



Knight 

(G.F., E.B. & E.W.) 



Hope 

(W.W.) 



Sherbrooke 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.B. «& 
W.J.) 



(despatches, Maj.-Geu.) ; appointed A. A.G. 
War Office 1895; Assist Mil. Sec. War 
Office 1897-8 ; in Command of 2nd Inf ty. 
Bgde., Aldershot, 1899-1900 ; commanded 
4th Bgde., 2nd and 4th Divs., S. Africa, 
1899-1900; Natal 1901-2 (despatches, 
K.C.B., Lieut-Gen.) ; Commg. the Forces 
in S. Africa 1902-4 ; Chief of General Staff 
and First Military Member of Army Cioan- 
cil since 1904 ; m. Katharine, d. of Rt Hon. 
James Stuart Wortley. 12 MancheUer 
Sq., W. 

Col. Charles Georoe, J.P. 4th son of 
Rt Hon. Sir W. H., 5th Bt ; 1867»-1862» ; 
Eton XI. 1869 : Oriel Ctoll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
formerly Maj. Northumberland Fusiliers 
and Col. 1st Vol. Bn. Hants Regt ; J.P. for 
Hants ; m. Lucy Lyttelton, d. of Richard 
Tanfield Vachell of Coptfold HalL Beech- 
wood, Totton, Southampton. 

William Eoerton, J.P. Eld. son of 
W. E. H. of Selehurst; 1867«-1862» ; 
Shooting Team 1862 ; Trin. Ck>l]. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; Merchant ; formerly Hon. Maj. 2nd 
Sussex Rifle Vol. ; J.P. for Sussex ; m. 
1st, Jane Clifford, d. of Rev. Carey 
Hampton Borrer, Rector of Hnrstpier- 
point. Hassocks, Sussex ; 2nd, Mary Emily, 
d. of Thomas Jesson. Selehurst, Horsham, 
and Belgrave Mansions, S.W. 

Edward Kirkpatrick, J.P., D.L. Son 
of L. K. H. of Holly Bush, Staffs ; 1867' 
-1861"; Oh. Oh. Oxf.; B.A.; Barrister 
(ret) ; formerly Lieut Staffs Yeo. ; J.P. 
lor Staffs ; D.L. for co. Nairn ; m. Marion 
Louisa, d. of Thomas Webb of Smallwood 
Manor, Staffs. Kevin, Nairn, 

Walter Stafford (2nd Earl of 
IddesIeighX O.B. Eld. son of Rt Hon. 
Stafford Henry, Ist Bari of L ; 1858»-1861» ; 
Ball. Coll. Oxf. : Private Sec. to his Father 
1867-8 and 1874-80; Chum, of Bd. of 
Inland Revenue 1877-92 ; J.P. and D.L. 
for Devon ; m. Elizabeth Lucy, d. of Sir 
Harry Stephen Meysey-Thompson, 1st Bt, 
of Klrby Hall, York. Pynes, nr. Exeter, 
and 23 Manchester Sq., W. 

Rev. Andrew. Son of A. P, of Bristol ; 
1858»-1863» ; Opp. Wall 1862 ; Trin. OoU. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Curate of Ousop, Hay, co. 
Brecon, 1867-73; Vicar of Preston-on-Wye, 
Hereford, 1873-«),Diddlebury, Salop, 1880- 
90 ; Vicar of Upton Bishop since 1890 ; 
m. H. Mary Emle, d. of Col. J. E. Money 
Kyrle of Homme House, co. Hereford. 
Upton Bishop Vicarage, Ross, co. Hertford, 

Montagu George, J.P., D.L. 7th son 
of E. K. of Grodmershem Park, Hants, and 
Chawton House ; 1857*-1862'' ; Magd. Ck>lL 
Oxf. ; B. A. ; formerly Capt 1st Hants VoL ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Hants ; m. Florence, d. 
of Charles Hardy of Ohilham Castle, 
Canterbury. Chawton House, Alton. 

James Louis Alexander. Of Whitney 
Court, Whitney, Hereford. 2nd son of 
Hon. J. H. (aft Hope- Wallace) of Feather- 
stone Castle, Northumberland ; 1857*- 
1860* ; Bonn Univ. ; J.P. for co. Hereford, 
High Sheriff 1901 ; m. 1st, Anna Louisa, 
d. of Robert Oliphant of Rossie, N.B. : 
2ud, Eliza, d. of Sir Peter Cknts, Et, of 
Auchendrane, co. Ayr ; died Oct 15, 1904. 

Rev. Henry Nevile. 2nd son of H. S. 

of Oxton Hall, Southwell; 1858'-1864* ; 

London Coll. of Divinity; Lieut 43rd 

Lt Infty. 1866-71, aft in Holy Orders; 

Curate of Portman Chapel 1876-91 ; Vicar 

I of Clifton, Bristol, 1891-7 ; m. 1st, Lady 

Harriet Alice Curzon, d. of George 

Augustus Frederick Louis, 2nd Earl 

! Howe ; 2nd, Lady Lilias Charlotte Cairns, 

\ d. of Hugh MacCalmont, 1st Earl Cairns ; 

3rd, Alice Maud, d. of Henry Abel Smith 

of Wilford House, Nottingham. IbPartigon, 

Clifton, BrUtol. 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM. 



69 



Clarke 

(MiBg G., A.F.B.) 



Cracroft-Amcotts 

(W.A.CO 

Alleyne mi. 

(R.D.) 



Douglas 

(E.H. & B.D.8., 
O.C.W. & B.D.S.) 

Blennerhasset 

(W.W.) 



Lord Lascelles 

(J.W.H. & F.B.D.) 



Hadow mi, 

(W.W.) 



Mr. Dawson 

(A.F.B.) 



Morton ma, 

(RD.) 



Morton mi. 

(R.D.) 



Frederick. 2nd son of Rev. Sir 0. C, 
2nd Bt, of Worlingham, SafEolk ; 1868'- 
1862"; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; M.A.; Taylorian 
Sch. 1864 and 6; Barrister-at-Law ; 
Assist Sec. Legislative Goancil of Bengal ; 
Officiating Administrator-Qen. of Bengal 
and Sec. of Siamese Legation, Paris ; m. 
Adelaide Catharine, d. of Roger Allday 
Kerrison of Queensboroagh Terrace, Bays- 
water, W. Bramford House^ Ipswich. 

Vincent AMCorrs. Son of W. C.-A. of 
Hackthom Hall, Lincoln; 1858M862'; 
BaU. ColL Oxf. ; B.A. ; J.P. for Lincoln ; 
died unm. 1881. 

Hon. Foster McQbachy, M.L.C. Son 
of C. T. A. of Clifton ; 1868M861' ; Merton 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A., and Hon. M.A. of 
Durham ; Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple ; 
Chauc. of the Diocese of Barbados ; m. 
Blsinora Alma, d. of Bridges Taylor of 
Blsinore. Porter*^ Barbados, West Indies. 

Grbvillb Charles Yorke. Son of Sir 
C. D., K.C.M.G. ; 1858»-1860» ; Camb. ; m. 
Lady Margaret Theodora Mary Catherine, 
d. of Valentine Augastus, 4th Earl of 
Kenmare. 27 Wilton Ores., S. W. 

William. Son of Rev. W. B. of Ildeme 
Minster, Dorset ; 1868»-1860» ; Indian Civil 
Service ; m. Isabella Sara, d. of Maxwell 
Aucketill of Leatherhead, Surrey. I^etley 
Firs, Botley, /8L0., Hants. 

Henry Ulick (6th Earl of Harewood). 
Eld. son of Henry Thynne, 4th Earl of H. ; 
1866M862' ; won double Sculling 1861 ; 
attached to Special Mission to Spain 1878 ; 
formerly Capt. Gren. Gds. ; A.D.O. to Earl 
of Mayo, Viceroy of India ; Hon. CoL and 
Col. Comm. Yorks Hussars ; A.D.C. to the 
King; J.P. and D.L. for W. Riding of 
Yorks ; m. Lady Florence Katharine 
Bridgeman, d. of Rt Hon. Orlando George 
Charles, 3rd Earl of Bradford. Harewood 
Hotise, Leeds; Goldsborough Holly Knares- 
horoughy and 13 Upper Belgrave 8t.y 8. W. 

Rev. George Randolph. Son of 
J. R. H. of 26 Cambridge Sq., Bdgeware 
Road, W., and Park Cottage, Devizes ; 
1867»-1861»; Jesus Coll. Camb.; M.A. ; 
Curate of Harpenden, Herts, 1868-71, Cray- 
ford, Kent, 1871-6, Ashbourne 1876-7, 
Wilton, Salisbury, 1878-80; Rector of 
Calstoue, Calne, 1880-1901; Rector of 
Wylye since 1901; m. d. of Rev. Canon 
Edward Thomas Vaughan» Rector of 
Harpenden, Herts. Wylye Rectory^ Bath. 

Hon. Richard Maitland Westenra, 
J.P., D.L. 3rd son of Richard, 3rd Earl 
of Dartrey, K.P. ; 1857M861" ; formerly 
Capt 92nd Highlrs. ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Devon ; J.P. for co. Waterford ; m. Jane 
Emily, d. of Lieut-Col. Samuel Long of 
Bromley Hill. Holne Parky Ashhurtony 
R.S.O.y Devon. 

Col. Charles Falkiner. Son of 
T. C. M., Barrister, of 31 Belgrave Sq., 
8.W. ; 1867M860» ; formerly in the Royal 
Dragoons, aft CoL 14th Hussars (ret); 
m. E<lith Harriet d. of John Towlerton 
Leather. 3 Beaufort Gdns.y S. W. 

Maj.-Gen. Sir Gerald de Courcy, 
K.C.LB., C.B., C.V.O. Son of T. C. M., 
Barrister, of 31 Belgrave Sq., S.W. ; 
1868»-1861»; R. M. Coll. Sandhurst; 
joined 6th Royal Regt 1863, Adjt 1867-71 ; 
A.D.C, and Private Sec. to Lieut-Gov. 
of Punjab 1871-7 ; Bgde.-Maj. Afghan 
Campaign 1878-9 and A.A.G. 1879-80; 
D.A.A.G. Rohilkund Dist 1882-3 ; A.A.G. 
Oudh Dist and at Army Head Quarters in 
India 1883-9 ; Comm. 1st Bu. Royal 



Morton mi. — cant. 



Howard 

(W.A.C.) 



Muirhead ma. 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Kerr 

(C.W.) 
Whittuck mi. 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. 
F. St J. T.) 



lohnson 

(Miss B,, E.D.S.) 



Kennedy mi. 

(K.S., W.W.) 



Grant 

(F.E.D.) 



Nares 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 

Veasey 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 

Campbell 

(Mrs. v., A.F.B.) 



Munster Fusiliers 1889-91; Brig.-Gen. 
Bundelkund Dist 1891-6 ; Adjt-Gen. in 
India 1896-8; Late Comm. Lahore Dist 
(N.W.F. 1868, Med. and Clasp, Afghan 
War Med. and 4 Clasps, Kandahar Star) ; 
Maj.-Gen. on Staff to command troops, 
7th Div. and Dublin Dist since 1902; 
m. 1st, Susan, d. of Maj. R. Grindall, 
H.E.LC.S. ; 2nd, Ada, d. of Maj.-Gen. 
G. A. Craster, R.E. District Lodgey Curragh 
Campy and 7 Herbert St.y Dublin. 

Rev. Henry Frederick. 6th son of 
Very Rev. Hon. H. E. J. H.; D.D., Dean of 
Lichfield ; 1867»-1862» ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; M.A.; 
2nd CL Law and Hist ; Curate of Rugeley, 
Staffs, 1868-9, Knipton, Grantham, 1869-72; 
Rector of Brightwalton since 1872; m. 
Eliza Ninua, d. of Rev. John Spearman 
Wasey of Priors Court, Newbury. Bright- 
walton Rectoryy Wantage. 

Lionel Boulton Campbell Lockhart. 
Son of J. P. M. of Haseley Court; 1867"- 
1863*; BalL Coll. 0x1 ; m. Grace Mary,d. of 
John Henry Ashurst of Waterstock, Ox- 
ford. Haseley Courty Wailingford. 

Crawford Davison. Son of C. K. of 
China; 1867»-1861'; Tea Merchant; m. 
Alice, d. of J. Mecredy. Shanghaiy China. 

Edward Arthur. 2nd son of J. W. W. 
of Hanham Hall, Bristol, and Royal Cres., 
Bath; 1867'-1862» ; 0pp. Wall 1861-2; 
Mixed Wall and Field xi.s 1862 ; Oriel 
Coll. 0x1; M.A. ; B.C.L.; Ist CL Law 
and Mod. Hist 1867 ; formerly Law 
Lecturer at Lincoln, Oriel and New Coll. 
0x1 ; m. Hon. Frances Sarah, d. of 
Henry Edmund, 13th Visct Mountgarret 
Claverton Manory Bath, and 77 Sotith 
Audley St.yS.W. 

Henry Fielder. Son of J. J. L, of Ches- 
ter Place, Hyde Park, W. ; 1868M862' ; 
B. N. C. 0x1 ; Solicitor ; m. PrisciUa Jane, 
d. of Francis Lucas of Hitchin. Mundes- 
ley Housey Norfolky and 18 Theobald's 
Koady W.a 

Rev. John. Son of Rev. W. J. K., 
H.M.'s Inspector of Schools ; 1868»-1866* ; 
Newc. Select 1863, Med. 1866, Sch. 1866 ; 
Tomline Select 1863, bracketed f«r 2nd 
Prize 1864, Prizeman 1866; Sch. of 
King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Bell's 
Sch. 1867; Craven Sch. 1869; Ist CL 
CUss. Trip. 1870 ; FeUow of King's 1871 ; 
Assist Master at Sherborne School 
1870-6 ; Head Master of Aldenham School 
1877-1900; FeUow and Tutor of Pem- 
broke ColL Camb. 1901-2. FernhUly Char- 
mouthy R.S.O.y Dorset. 

Col. Hugh Gough, C.B. Son of Field- 
Marshal Sir P. G., G.C.B., G.C.M.G. ; 
1868'-1861' ; R. M. CoU. Sandhurst ; 
served with the Seaforth Highh*s. 1863-96; 
received thanks of the Indian €k)vt for 
special services during the Madras Famine 
1877-8 ; Bgde.-Maj. Knrram Column dur- 
ing Afghan War 1879-80 (despatches, 
Med.) ; Bgde.-Maj. 2nd Column during 
Mahsud Waziri Expdn. 1881 (despatches) ; 
served in the Black Mountain Expdn. 
1891 (Med.); A.A.G. Punjab Command 
1896-7, aft Comm. Regimental Dists., Fort 
George and Inverness (ret) ; m. Isabel, 
d. of Eneas Mackintosh of Balneapick, 
CO. Inverness. Linton, Saucheny Aberdeen^ 

Maj. Henry Innes. Son of Capt 
W. H. N., fi.N. ; 1858»-1863* ; Maj. 17th 
Regt ; died num. Sept 6, 1887. 

John Charles. Son of C. V. of Hun- 
tingdon; 1868»-1863»; Indian Civil Service ; 
m. Julia, d. of E. Woodgate ; died 1892. 

Robert Huntly. 2nd son of Capt 
W. H. C, 20th Regt ; 1867»-1862» ; Caius 
ColL Camb. ; J.P. for Cambridge ; dead. 



70 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Lewis 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Mercer 

(K.8., W.L.H.) 



Mr. Villiers 

(B.R, G.R.D. & B.W., 
KB. & B.W.) 



Forsyth 

(T.H.&, F.B.D.) 

Grant 

(RH., F. St J. T.) 



Jodrell 

(J.W.H. & W.L.B.) 



Hankey 

(J.L,J.) 

Sparks mi, 
(O.CJ.) 

Coleman 

(G.F., W,A.C.) 

Bowman 

(J.W.H., E.C. & RD.) 



Baillie 

(J.ELY.) 



Oharlbs Wiiuam Mansbl. Son of 
D. L. of Stradey Castle; 1868M864'; 
won School Fives 1864 ; BaU. ColL Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; S.O.L. ; Fellow of Royal Soc. of 
Painters and Etchers ; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Carmarthen, High Sheriff 1881 ; m. 
Edith Clara, d. of Sir Philip John WiUiam 
Miles, 2nd Bt of Leigh Coart, Clifton, 
Bristol. Stradey (Jostle^ Uanelly. 

Charlbs John. Son of C. M., Banker, 
of Boxley House, Maidstone; 1868'-1861' ; 
went into the Bank, bat his health failed 
and he went to live abroad ; m. Elena, d. 
of — Jannion, of the Grove, Walton, near 
Liverpool, elo Kentish Banky Maidstone. 

Rt. Hon. Victor Albert George 
Child (7th Earl of Jersey), G.C.B.,G.C. M.G., 
J.P., D.L. Eld. son of George Augustas 
Frederick, 6th Earl of J. ; 1868»-1863» ; 
Field XI. 1862 ; won Mile 1862 ; Ball. Coll. 
Oxf. ; a Lord in Waiting to Qaeeu 
Victoria 1876-7 ; Paymaster-Gen. 1889-90 ; 
Gov.-Gen. of N. S. Wales 1890-3 ; Lord- 
Lieut, of Oxfords since 1887 ; Chmn. of 
Light Rly. Commn. since 1896 ; Mem. of 
Oxford and Middlesex County Councils ; 
Principal Proprietor of Child's Bank; 
Prov. Grand Master for Oxfords since 
1886 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Warwick ; J.P. 
for CO. Oxford ; m. Hon. Margaret Eliza- 
beth Leigh, d. of William Henry, 2nd Lord 
Leigh. Middleton Park^ Bicester^ and 
Osterlep Parky Isleteorth. 

William Edwardes Hexniker. Son 
of W. F., Q.C. ; 1868»-1861» ; Trin. ColL 
Camb. ; Barrister ; went out to Calcuttd 
and died there about 1881. 

George Francis Mytton. Son of Sir 
J. P. G., K.C.B., of Rothiemurchus, co. 
Inverness ; 1869'-1861» ; Indian Civil Ser- 
vice (ret) ; m. Isabel M., d. of F. Corbet 
Singleton. A thenteum Cluby 107 fall Molly 
S.W. 

Edward. Of Bayfield Hall, Norfolk ; 
son of Maj. E. J. of Bayfield Hall ; 1866*- 
1862* ; R. M. Coll. Sandhurst ; formerly 
Lieut. 37th Regt. ; died at sea, March 17, 
1882. 

Walter. Son of G. H. of Frant, Tun- 
bridge Wells ; 1866»-1860' ; Trin. ColL 
Camb. ; M.A. ; a West India Merchant in 
London ; died Oct. 9, 1871. 

Lionel Nightingall. Son of J. S. of 
West Lodge, Byfleet, Weybridge ; 1867'- 
1861" : Tea Planter in the Punjab ; died of 
cholera in India Sept. 26, 1879. 

Edward Bernard. 1868'-1862' ; Trin. 
ColL Camb. ; formerly living near New- 
town, CO. Montgomery. 

Sir William Paget, 2nd Bt. Eld. son 
of Sir W. B., Ist Bt, of Joldwynds ; 1864*- 
1862' ; Univ. ColL Oxt ; M.A. ; Oxf. viii. 
1867 ; Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple ; 
R^strar of the Corporation of the Sons 
of the Clergy and Treas. Cholmondeley 
Charities ; m. Emily Frances, d. of Capt 
WiUiam Swabey, R.H.A, JoldtcyndSy Dork- 
ing, ojid Corporation Houscy Bloomsbury 
PlnceylV.a 

Francis Henrt James. 2nd son of Rt 
Hon. H. J. B., of Bedcastle and Tarradale, 
CO. Boss ; 1866*-1861* ; formerly in the 
60th Rifles; m. Lady Blanche Harriet 
Emma, d. of AdmL Hon. Sir Edward 
Alfred John Harris, K.C.B., R.N., and 
sister of Edward James, 4th Earl of 
Malmesbury ; died Nov. 6, 1879. 



Tufton 

(R.D.) 



Gregg 

(W.B.M.&F.St.7.T.) 



Hoare mi, 

(KB. & KW.) 



Phillpotts 

(Miss G., W.L.H.; 

Clowes 

(W.W.) 

Chambers 

(J.W.H.) 

Tritton ma. 

(J.L.J.) 



Tritton mi, 

(J.L.J.) 



Still 

(Mrs. D., E.D.S.) 

Carew-Gibson 

(W.L.E.) 



Wickens 

(W.E., E.B. & B.W.) 

Chute 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



Bagge 

(Mrs. D., J.E.Y.) 



Henry James (1st Lord Hothfield). 
Eld. son of Sir R. T., 1st Bt of Hothfield 
Place; 1867'-1861'; Prince Consort's 
French Prize 1861 ; Ch. Ch- Oxt ; a Lord- 
in-Waiting to Queen Victoria 1886 ; Lord- 
Lieut of Westmorland since 1881, and 
Vice- AdmL of the Coast of Westmorland 
and Cumberland ; J.P and D.L. for Kent ; 
High Sheriff of Westmorland 1874; m. 
Alice Harriot Argyll, d. of Rev. William 
James Straoey - Clitherow, Rector of 
Buxton-with-Oxnead, Norfolk. Hothfield 
Place y Ashford; Appleby Castley Westmor- 
land; Skipton Castley Forks; and 2 Chester- 
field Gdns.y W. 

Capt. Charles Henry (aft Gregg- 
Carr). Eld. son of C. F. G. of Stannington : 
1867M862' ; Ch. Ch. Oxt : M.A. ; formerly 
Capt 8th Hussars ; m. Kate Maria, d, of 
Lieut-Col. Neilson lliomas, Bengal Staff 
Corps, of Sketty, Glamorgan. Stannington^ 
Cramlingtony R.S.O,y Northumberland. 

Charles. Of Hackwood Park, Hants. 
3rd son of H. H. of Staplehurst, Kent ; 
1867"-1862"; Shooting Team 1862; St 
John's ColL Camb.; 2nd CL Classics; 
Banker; m. Katharine Patience Gkorgiaua, 
rf. of Rt Rev. Lord Arthur Charles 
Hervey, Bp. of Bath and Wells; died 
March 30, 1898. 

John Hughes. Son of Rev. P. of Porth- 
gwedden ; 1868»-1861» ; dead. 

WiLUAM. Of Streatley, Reading ; son 
of W. C. of Banstead, Epsom ; 1867*-1861" ; 
a Printer and PubUsher ; died Dec. 6, 1904. 

William Thomas Hodgetts. Only son 
of J. W. Hodgetts, of Hagley, Stourbridge ; 
1864'-1860* ; married ; dead. 

Henry John. Of Ewell, Epsom ; eld. 
son of H. T. of Beddington, Croydon; 
1866»-1861» : formerly Capt King's Own 
MiL, aft Maj. Middlesex Yeo. 1881-4 ; one 
of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Surrey, High Sheriff 1882 ; 
m. Anna, d, of Rev. Richard BuUer, of 
Lanreatb, Dnloe, Cornwall ; dead. 

Edward William. Of Bodicote House, 
Banbury ; 2nd sou of H. T. of Beddington, 
Croydon; 1867»-1863» ; Eton XL 1862-3; 
0pp. and Mixed Wall and Field xls 1862 ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Oxt XL 1864-7 ; m. Hon. 
Alice Jane, d. of Robert John, 17th Lord 
Willoughby de Broke ; died Dec. 1, 1901. 

Stafford Francis. Son of R. S. of 
Sutton, Surrey; 1867M869' ; Solicitor; 
m. Sophia Barbara, d. of John George 
HoUway ; died 1899. 

George Carew, J.P. Son of G. C.-G. of 
Sandgate, Pulborough, Sussex; 1867'-1861'; 
won Steeplechase 1861 ; Pemb. ColL 0x1 ; 
J.P. for Sussex ; m. Emily, d. of Rev. 
(George Palmer of Sullington Rectory, 
Storrington, Pulborough, Sussex. Bouges, 
Horshamy Sussex. 

William Henry. Of Chilgrove, Chi- 
chester ; son of Sir J. W., Vlce-Chanc 
of Chilgrove; 1868»-1863' ; BalL ColL 
Oxt ; formerly in the 63rd Regt ; dead. 

Rev. Edward Russell. 4th son of 
W. L. Wiggett-Chnte of the Yyne, Basing- 
stoke; 1868»-1866'; Eton XL 1864; B.N.C. 
Oxt ; M.A. ; Curate of Uttoxeter, Staffs, 
1870-1; Rector of Great Monlton, Long 
Stratton, Norfolk, 1871-89 ; m. Uv^rj Nina, 
d. of Frederick Firth ; died 1889. 

Herbert. Son of R. B. of Gaywood 
Hall, King's Lynn; 1867»-1862» ; Trin. 
Coll. and Peterhouse, Camb. ; B.A. ; m. 
Maria, d. of Louis Dugnesnoy of Antwerp. 
Islington Holly King's Lynn, 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FIFTH FOEM AND EEMOVE. 



71 



Lubbock mi. 

(J.L.J.) 



Barrington 
(Mr8.,D., F.aa) 



Holford 

(G.F., W.A.O.) 

Murray mi, 

(O.W.) 



Tunnard 

(W.A.O.) 



Wildman 

(F.V., W.J.) 

Coningham 

(W.L.B.) 

Curtis 

(J.W.H. & W.B.) 

Eushout 

(A.P.B.) 



Littleton ma, 

(J.L.J.) 



Dent mi. 

(J.E.Y.) 



Hodgkinson 

(Mrs. de R.) 

Clifton 

(J.W.H, & R.D.) 



Alfred. 7th son of Sir J. W. L., 3rd 
Bt ; 1864»-1863" ; Eton xi. 1861-3, Oapt 
1863; 0pp. Wall 1861-2; Mixed Wall 
1861-2, Keeper 1862 ; Field xi. 1861-2; Pres. 
of Eton Soc. 1862; won School Fives 1861-3; 
Wine Merchant ; m. Loaisa, d. of Charles 
H. Wallroth. 2 Pall Mall, S, W. 

Rbv. Ythil Arthur. 2nd sou of Hon. 
and Rev. L. J. B., Canon of St Albans : 
1867*-1869» ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate 
of Doncaster 1870-4, Holy Trinity, Maid- 
stone, 1874-5; Rector of W. Wickham, 
Kent, 1876-84 ; Carate of St. Lake, Chelsea, 
1884-90; Vicar of St Mary-le-Tower, 
Ipswich, 1890-1904; m. Clarisse Marie 
Gabrielle, d. of George Vanier ; died April 
10, 1904. 

Capt. Gwynnk Huqhes Charles How. 
2nd son of Lieat-Col. J. P. H. of Kilgwyn, 
CO. Carmarthen; 1867M861" ; formerly 
Capt 62nd Lt Infty. ; died Jan. 17, 1874. 

William Henry. Son of J. M. of 
London ; 1866»-1861» ; Christ's CoU. Camb. ; 
Stockbroker; m. Mary Elizabeth, d. of 
Rev. Henry Headley, Vicar of Brinsop, 
Hereford ; died Oct 22, 1899. 

Charles Thomas, J.P. Of Frampton 
House, Boston ; eld. sou of Rev. J. T. of 
Frampton House; 1866»-1861"; J.P. force. 
Lincoln ; m. Gkorgina, d. of Conolly 
Norman of Fahan Hoase, co. Donegal 
Red House, Godmanehester, Huntingdon. 

Charles Wilberforce. 1866'-1859*; 
formerly in the 1st Bu. 87th Royal Irish 
Fusiliers. 

William John Capper. Son of — C, 
M.P. for Brighton; 1858»-1860"; Trin. 
Hall, Camb. ; dead. 

John Egerton. 3rd son of Sir W. C, 
3rd Bt, of CuUands Grove, Middlesex ; 
1864»-1860'; formerly Lieut 46th Foot; 
m. Mary Ella, d. of Marshall Wallace of 
Halifax, N.S. ; died April 19, 1879. 

Algernon St. George Wiluam. 3rd 
son of Sir C. R., 2ud Bt, of Sezincot, ca 
Gloucester ; 1867'-1861' ; m. Clara Essex, 
d. of William Selby-Lowndes of Whaddon 
Hall, CO. Buckingham, and widow of 
Thomas Wright of Hill Top, Bolton-le- 
Moors. Bourton House, Moreton-4n-Marsh. 

Hon. Edward George Percy (3rd 
Lord Hatherton), C.M.G. Eld. sou of 
Edward Richard, 2nd Lord H. ; 1866'- 
1869' ; eut Greu. Gds. 1866, ret as Lieut- 
Col. 1883 ; Musketry Instructor 1869 ; 
Mil. Sec. to (Jov.-Gen. (Lord Dufferin 
1876-8, and Marquis of Lome 1878-9) of 
Canada ; Hon. Commnr. in Lunacy 1890-8 ; 
Chmn. of Qr. Sessions and C.C. Staffs; 
J.P. and D.L. for Staffs; m. Charlotte 
Louisa, d. of Sir Charles Robert Rowley, 
4th Bt, of Tendring Hall, Suffolk. 
Teddesley Park, Penkndge, Stafford. 

Sir Alfred, K.C.M.G., J.P. Son of T. D. 
of Hyde Park Gdns., W. ; 1868»-1862» ; 
engaged in business in China and Ceylon 
since 1864 ; obtained the Royal Charter 
for British North Borneo Co. 1881 ; a 
Mem. of the Indian Silver Currency 
Commn. 1898; J.P. for Sussex; m. 
Margaret, d. of Charles Aird of The Glen, 
Eastbourne. Rarensworth, Eastbourne, and 
Belgrave Mansions, Orosvenor Qdns., & W. 

Sampson. 1851'-1869"; formerly residing 
in Bond St, W. 

Thomas Henry. Of Ashton Park, 
Preston. Son of J. T. C. of Clifton and 
Lytham Hall, Preston; 1866»-1860» ; 
formerly in the 1st Life Gds., aft Lieut 
Lanes Yeo. Cav. ; M.P. for N. Lanes ; 
J.P. for Lanes ; m. Madeline Diana 
Elizabeth, d. of Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th 
Bt : died March 31, 1880. 



Brooke 

(F.E.D.) 



Lord F. Hervey 

(J.W.H., B.B., G.R.D., 
& E.W., J.W.H., 
E.B. & E.W.) 



Donkin ma. 

(Home, CC.J.) 



Mr. Monckton 

(Mrs. de R., W.J.) 



Longbourne ma. 

(F.V., W.W.) 



Boyle 

(J.W.H. & F.E.D.) 

Johnson mi. 

(Home,F.StJ.T.) 



O'Brien 

(J.W.H. & O.B.) 

Sheild 

(W.B.M. <b O.B.) 

Crowder 

(W.B.M.) 

Yard 

(W.A.O.) 



EEMOVE. 

John Townshend. Of Haughton Hall, 
Shifnal ; eld. son of Rev. J. B. of 
Haughton Hall and Vicar of Shifnal; 
1868'-1863* ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; RA. ; formerly 
Maj. 1st Salop Rifle Vol. ; J.P. for ca Salop ; 
m. Lady Wilhelmina, d. of William, 4th 
{ Earl of Dartmouth ; died Jan. 31, 1899. 

Francis, J.P. 4th son of Frederick 
William, 2nd Marquis of Bristol ; 1867'- 
1866* : Newc. Select 1863-4, Sch. 1866 ; Sch. 
of Ball. ColL Oxf. ; M.A. ; IstCl. Mods. ; 2nd 
CI. Lit Hum. ; Fellow of Hertford Coll. ; 
Barrister-at-Law ; M.P. for Bury St 
Edmunds 1874-80 and 1886-92 ; appointed 
a Civil Service Commnr. 1892 ; J.P. and 
CA. for Suffolk. 34 Buckingham Palace 
Mansions, S. W., and Burlington House, W. 

William Frederick. Son of W. F. D., 
Prof, of Astronomy at Oxford; 1866*- 
1862" ; Magd. ColL Oxt ; M.A. ; Demy for 
Science 1864; Prot of Chemistry, St 
George's Hospital, London ; m. Florence, 
d. of John Dunn of Cambridge ; lost in 
mountaineering Accident in Caucasus, 
Aug. 1888. 

Hon. George Edmund Milnes, aft 
Monckton-Arundell (7th Visct Galway), 
C.B. Son of George Edward ArundelL 
6th Visct G. ; 1868"-1863» ; Ch. Ch. Oxt : 
M.A. : 2nd 01. Law and Mod. Hist 1866 ; 
M.P. forN. Notts 1872-«6 ; Hon. Col. Sher- 
wood Rangers Yeo. Cav., CoL Comm. 1883- 
1904 ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1897-1901, 
and to the King since 1901 ; J.P., D.L., and 
O.A. for Notts ; m. Vere (Lady of Grace of 
the Order of St John of Jerusalem), d. of 
Ellis Gosling of Busbridge Hall, Godalming. 
Serlbp Hall, Bawtry, JLS.O., Vorks, and 
32 Grosvenor St., W. 

Charles Ranken Vickbrman. Son of 
W. T. L. of Fowley, Liphook, Hants; 
1867* -1863*; SoUcitor; m. Caroline 
Elizabeth Ainslie, d. of Hon. and Rev. 
James Norton. Ripslep, Liphook, R.S.O., 
Hants. 

Edmund Montagu. 3rd son of Hon. 
J. B. of Rock Wood, Torquay ; 1866M862* ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; died Aug. 11, 1886. 

Rev. Arthur Henry. 3nd son of 
G. J. J. of Castlesteads, Brampton, 
Carlisle; 1866'-1863' ; won Steeplechase 
1862 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; FeUow of 
All Souls' Coll. Oxt 1869-73 ; 3nd CL Class. 
Mods. ; 1st CL Law and Mod. Hist ; 
Chaplain of All Souls' 1871; History 
Lecturer, Merton, University, Trin., and 
Hertford Colls. 1892 ; m. Bertha Jane, d. 
of Robert Bentley Todd, M.D., F.R.S., of 
26 Brook Street, Grosvenor Sq., W. 
8 Merton St., Oxford. 

Henry. Son of — O'B. of Douro, N.S. 
Wales; 1866'-1862' ; formerly in the 39th 
Regt ; died at Aldershot 1866. 

Robert. Of Wing, Oakham; 1867"- 
1863'; Exeter ColL Oxt; Solicitor at 
Oakham ; dead. 

William Henry. Son of F. R. C. of 
Uxbridge Lodge, Kingston-on-Thames; 
1867»-1860* ; SoUcitor ; died Feb. 1900. 

Thomas Charles. 1866*-1860' ; Exeter 
ColL Oxt : formerly in the 39th Regt 



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[1859. 



Mr. Butler 

(A.P.R) 



MacGregor 

(Mrs. de R., P.K I).) 



Hope 

(A.F.B.) 



Come 

(MiasG. W.J.) 

Orme 

(C.O.J.) 



Kemeys-Tynte 

(O.O.J.) 



Maitland 

(W.A.C ) 

Skrine 

(W.L.B. 



Wildes 

(W.RM.) 

Lilburn 

(J.B.Y.) 

Bircham 
(W.E., E.D.a) 



Lee ma. 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. 
O.B.) 



Dobbs 

(O.W.) 



Hon. Henrt Edmund (aft. BuUer- 
Bawson) (14th Yiact. MoantgarretX Son of 
Henry Edmund, 18th Yisct. M. ; 1857''- 
1863* ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; formerly Comet Ist 
Life Gda. ; J.P. and D.L, for W. Riding of 
Yorks ; m. Ist, Mary Eleanor, d. of St. 
John Ghivertou Charlton of Apley Castle, 
Salop ; 3nd, Bobinia Marion, d. of Col. 
B, H. Hannlng-Lee of Brighton Manor, 
Alresford. Nidd Holly Ripley^ Leeds, and 
BaJlyconrOy Kilkenny. 

Alpin. Of Sandleford Priory, Newbury; 
4th son of Sir J. A. B. MacG., 3rd Bt. ; 
1867*-1861' ; a Gentleman Usher to Queen 
Yictoria ; J.P. for Berks and Lord of the 
Manor of Sandleford ; died unm. Nov. 13, 
1899. 

Edward Stanley, C.B. 4th son of 
G. W. H. of Luflness, M.P. for Windsor ; 
1868»-1864» ; Opp. Wall and Field xi.s 1863 : 
Keeper of the Field 1863 : Shooting Team 
1864; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A.; Barrister, 
Inner Temple ; Charity Commnr. for 
England and Wales 1879-99 ; Registrar of 
the Privy Council since 1899 ; m. Constance 
Christina, d. of Sir John Leslie, Ist Bt, of 
Glaslough, CO. Monaghan. 102 Gloucester 
Place, Portman Sq., W. 

Abthur Brandrbth. Eld. son of E. C. ; 
1868*-1860' ; formerly in the 4th Dragoons. 

Charles Cave. Sou of 0. C. J. O. of 
Oakham; 1866»-1861"; Eton vra. 1861 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Barrister-at- 
Law ; died 1869. 

Clifford Wharton Charles. 4th son 
of Col. C. J. K.-T., M.P., of Halswell Park, 
Goathurst, Bridgwater: 1866»-1860»; 
Ensign 11th Regt. ; died of fever at 
Fyzabad, Oude, India, April 8, 1866. 

Henry Whitaker. 4th son of W. W. M. 
of Loughton Hall, Loughton, Essex 
1857»-1861« ; Merton Coll. Oxt ; died at 
Melbourne, Australia, Dec. 11, 1877. 

Henry Milui, J.P. Eld. son of H. D. a of 
Warleigh Manor and Olaverton Manor, 
Bath ; 1858"-1862» ; Ball. Coll. Oxt ; M. A. 
3rd Oh Mods. ; Barrister, Inner Temple ; 
Hon. Col. Ist Vol. Bn. Somerset Lt Infty. 
(V.D.) ; J.P. and C.C. for Somerset ; m. 
Lady Mary Jane,<f. of William Powell Gore- 
Langton of Newton Park, Bath, nnd sister 
of 4th Earl Temple. Warleigh Manor, 
Bath. 

George Henry. Son of — W. of Elm 
Bank, Manchester ; 1857*-1861' ; m. Miss 
Gladstone ; dead. 

James George Percy Young. 1867"- 
1861' ; married and settled in Spain. 

Lieut.-Col. Ambrose Humphrys. Soi 
of F. T. B. of Burhill, Walton-on-Thames 
1858'-1861* ; Lieut-CoL King's Royal 
Rifles ; served in the Zulu War 1879 (Med. 
and Clasp) ; m. Emily Mary Grace, d. of 
G«n. F. H. Soott ; dead. 

Philip Edward. Son of Sir G. P. L., 
Kt, of Bagshot, Camberley ; 1868»-1866» : 
Newc. Select 1866 ; Tomline Select 1863-6 ; 
BaU. Coll. Oxt ; 2nd CL Mods, and Lit. 
Ham. ; dead. 

Montagu William Edward, J.P., D.L. 
Of Castle Dobbs, Carriokfergus ; son of 
C. R. D. of Castle Dobbs ; 1868*-1861» 
Trin. Coll. Camb.: M.A.; called to the 



Dobbs — cont 



Mr. Vesey 

(A.F.B.) 



Muirhead mi. 

(F.V., aft. K.S., W.J.) 



Holbech ma. 

(T.H.a, P.E.D) 



Brassey 



(W.B.M., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Smart ma. 

(F.V., W.W.) 

Sartoris ma. 

(C.W.) 



Hamond 

(KB. <b RW.) 



Sir Norman 
Lockhart 

(E.B. & E.W.) 

Qarnett mi. 

(Mrp. D., C.W.) 



Hayne 

(W.L.H.) 



Bar, Inner Temple, 1869 : J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Antrim, High Sheriff 1888; High 
Sheriff of CO. Kildare 1871. Clonkeevan, 
Donadea, Kilcock, /2.&0., co. Kildare. 

Hon. John Robert William (4th 
Yisct. de Yesci) ; eld. son of Thomas, 3rd 
Yisct. de Y. ; 1868*-1861» ; ent. Army 
1863 ; served in Egyptian Campaign 1882 ; 
Adjt. 2nd Bn. Coldstream Gds. ; ret. as 
Lieut-Col. 1883; aft Lieut-CoL Comm. 
Hon. Art. Co. ; Lord-Lieut Queen's Co. 
1883-1900 ; Gov.* of Nat Gallery, DubUn ; 
Mem. of Congested Diet Bd. ; m. Lady 
Evelyn Charteris, d. of Francis, 10th Earl 
of Wemyss ; died July 6, 1903. 

Francis Montagu. Son of J. P. M. of 
Haseley Court, Wallingford ; 1867'-1866» ; 
Coll. and Mixed Wall 1864-6; Field XL 
1866 ; Sch. of King's Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 
called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn. 1870 ; went 
to Manitoba, Canada, 1881 (ret), c/o 
L. B. a L. Muirhead, Haseley Court, 
Wallingford. 

Lieut.-Col. Walter Henry. Of Chal- 
font Lodge, Gerrard's Cross, Bucks ; eld. 
son of the Yen. C. W. H. of Famborough 
Hall, Banbury, Archdn. of Coventry ; 
1867'-1863'; tfniv. Coll. Oxf. ; M,A. ; Lieut- 
Col. King's Royal Rifles ; served in the 
Red River Expdn. 1870, Egyptian War 
1882 (Med. with clasp and 4th CL Medjldie), 
ret 1892 ; one of H.M.'s Hon. Corps of 
Gentlemen-at-Arms 1893 ; m. Mary Caro- 
line, d. of Sir John Walrond Walrond, Ist 
Bt of Bradfleld, CuUompton, and widow 
of Sir George Clay, 3rd Bt, ; died March 
6, 1901. 

Albert, J.P., M.P. Son of T. B. ; 1868' 
-1862" ; Eton viii. 1862 ; Univ. ColL Oxt ; 
M.A. ; in the 14th Hussars 1867-71 ; 
Oxfords Yeo. 1871-94, CoL 1893-4 ; Master 
of Heyth'rop Hounds since 1873 ; M.P. for 
Banbury Dlv. of Oxfords since 1896 ; J.P. 
for Oxfords, High Sheriff 1878 ; m. Hon. 
Matilda Maria Helena Bingham, d. of John 
Charles Robert, 4th Lord Clanmorris. 
Heythrop, Chipping Norton, and 29 Berke- 
ley Sq., W. 

Arthur Frederick. 1867"-1860'; went 
to live in Australia. 

Frederick Maitland. Eld. son of 
P. U. S. of Rushden Hall, Higham Ferrers, 
Northants; 1868^-1869"; in the Diplo- 
matic Service : formerly 2nd Sec. to 
H.M.'s Embassy at Paris, aft at Constan- 
tinople ; died unm. at Constantinople, 
Jan. 6, 1883. 

Thomas Astlet Horace. 4th son of 
A.H.ofWe8tacre,Swaffham; 1868*-1864'; 
Opp. WaU and Field xi.s 1863 ; Magd. ColL 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Solicitor. Manor House, 
Stcaffham. 

Norman Macdonald, 4th Bt Of 
Camwath House, co. Lanark ; eld. son of 
Sir N. M. L., 3rd Bt, of Camwath ; 1868"- 
1862" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Maj. Lanarks Yeo 
Cav. ; died unm. May 20, 1870. 

Rev. Edmund Peel. 6th son of R. G. 
of Moor Hall, Sutton Coldfield, Birming- 
ham ; 1858"-1862" ; B. N. C. Oxf. ; RA. ; 
Curate of Holy Trinity, Oxford, 1869-70; 
aft a Priest at Brompton Oratory, aW., 
and died there Feb. 1896. 

Charles Frederick. 1867'-1869*. 



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73 



McCalmont 

(C.CJ.) 



Luck 
Okeden 

(B.H., C.O.J.) 



Stevens ma. 

(Home, F.E.D.) 

Eliot 

(Mrs. de R., R.D.) 



Wethered 

(J.W.H. & W.B.M., 
W.B.M. & O.B.) 



Hoey 

(J.W.H., O.C.W. 
B.D.&) 

Mr. Montagu 

(Mrs. D., E.B.) 



SeaJe 

(J.B.Y.) 



Royds 

(J.B.Y.) 



Stranp^ways 

(F.V„ W.J.) 



Cameron 

(R.D.) 



Maj.-Gbn. Sir Hugh, K.O.B., C.V.O. 
Eld- son of J. McO. of Abbeylands ; 1868»- 
1362" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; ent. the Arniy 1866 ; 
Maj.-Qen. 1896 ; served with the Red River 
Expdn. 1870 (despatches, Med.); Gold 
Coast 1873 (Med.): Armenia 1877 (Brev.- 
Ma j., Med.) : A.D.C. to Sir Garnet Wolseley, 
S. Africa, 1879 (despatches, Brev.-Lieat.- 
Col, Med. with Clasp); Expdn. against 
Marris 1880 (despatches); Egypt 1882, 
inch Kassassin twice, Tel-el-Kebir and 
capture of Cairo (despatches, Med. with 
Clasp, 3rd OL Medjidie, Khedive's Star) ; 
Nile Expdn. 1884-6 (despatches, Brev.-CoL, 
C.B., and Clasp) ; Lieat.-C!ol. Commanding 
4th Dragoon Gds. 1888-92; Maj.-Gen. 
1896 ; Comm. 8th Div. 3rd Army Ck>rps at 
Ctork 1898-1903 ; M.P. for N. Antrim 
1895-9 ; tn. Hon. Rose Elizabeth, d. of 
John Charles Robert, 4th Lord Clanmorris. 
AbbeylaneU, White Abbetf^ R.S.O., co.AntHm. 

Percy Frere. 1868»-1861\ 

LlEUT.-COL. UVEDALE EdWARD PARRY 

Parry-, J.P. Eld. son of W. P.-O. of Turn 
worth ; 1868'-1860" ; Lieat-Col. 10th and 
18Ui Hussars (ret.) ; J.P. for co. Dorset : 
m. 1st, Rose Ellen Marion Antoinette, d. 
of Henry Lee-Warner of Walsiugham 
Abbey, Norfolk ; 2nd, Carolina Susan, d. 
of Charles Hambro, of Milton Abbey, 
Dorset. Tumworth^ Blan<^ord. 

Richard Howell. Son of T. H. S. of 
Eton; 1866M863'; M.R.C.S., Eng. ; M.B., 
Edin. ; Surgeon, Bengal Army ; died 
March, 1877. 

Rev. Wn.LiAM Nicolas George. Son 
of Rev. W. L. E., Assist. Master at Eton 
1836-62 ; 1866»-1863" ; Emm. Coll. Camb. : 
B.A. ; Curate of St Mary's, Lowgate, 
Kingston-on-Hull, 1869-72 ; Rector of 
Pan teg, Pontypool, 1872-96 ; Rural Dean 
of Usk, W. Div., 1875-94 ; Vicar of Tenbury 
since 1896. The Vicarage^ Tenbury. 

Robert Peeu 5th son of O. W. of 
Remnantz and Seymour Court, Gt. Marlow 
1856»-1862' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Partner in 
Firm of Wethereds, Brewers, Marlow ; m. 
Edith, d. of Lieut.-Col. Robert Vansittart, 
Coldstream (Ms., of Chuffs, Maidenhead 
died Nov. 2, 1873. 

WiLUAM Henry. Son of Lieut-Col. 
W. F. H., C.B., 30th Regt, of Hoeyfield, 
ccWicklow; 1856'-1869»; formerly Lieut 
6th Dragoon Gds. ; m. Katheriue, d. of 
L. Hastings ; died Nov. 1875. 

Col. Hoy. Oliver George Powlett. 
4th son of Rt Hon. John William, 7th 
Earl of Sandwich; 1856''-1860» ; Col. 
Comm. R.H. Gds. ; died unm. at Cairo 
Jan. 24, 1893. 

Sir John Henry, 3rd Bt, J.P., D.L. 
Son of Sir H. P. S., 2nd Bt : 1857»-1863» ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1867 ; 
J.P. and D.L, for Devon ; D.L. for co. 
Monmouth ; tn. 1st Mary Henrietta, d. of 
Arthur Hyde Dendy, of Rock House, 
Torquay ; 2nd, Adela, d. of Capt Edward 
Jodrell, 16th Regt Wotuutow Court, 
Monmouth^ and Norton Park, Monmouth. 

Henry John, J.P. Son of G. R., of 
Watford ; 1857'-1859» ; Trhi. Coll. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; J.P. for CO. Flint ; m. Agnes Sarah, d. 
of Henry Snaith Trower. Kennelwood, 
Hatfield. 

Charles Edward Fox-, F.G.S. 3rd 
son of Rev. H. F.-S., Rector of Rewe, 
Exeter; 1868M860»; Gottingen : H.M. 
Geological Survey ; m. Annie Maria, d. of 
Qeorge Flory of Ipswich. Abbotsbury 
Houte, New Walt, Leicester, and 28 Jermyn 
St.,S.W. j 

HiLLYARD Henry Angers. 1858"- 
1861* ; Oh. Ch. Oxf. ; formerly Maj. 
2nd Bu. Beds iiegt ; a Canadian. | 



Gaussen mi. 

(W.E., E.B. & E.W.) 



Green 

(R.D.) 



Williams 

(Home, F.btJ.T.) 



Griffiths 

(C.W.) 

Hogg 

(J.L.J.) 



Baring 

(W.A.C.) 



Rickards 

(RC. & W.L.H.) 



Mr. Marsliam 

(J.L.J.) 

Street 

(W.L.E.) 

Hobson 

(R.D.) 

Lord Charles Ker 

(E.B.) 



Anderson 

(W.B.M.) 



Ives 

(C.C.J.) 



Casamaijor William, J.P. 2nd son of 
R. W. G. of Brookman's Park, Hatfield ; 
1858''-1862» ; Trin, Coll. Camb.; M.A. ; 
Land Agent: J.P. for co.s Carmarthen, 
Lincoln and Herts : m. Mabel Constance, 
d. of Sir Philip John William Miles, 2nd 
Bt, of Leigh Court, Clifton, Bristol. 
Hottlands, Hatfield. 

Capp. Philip. Son of Rev. W. G.» 
Rector of Penshurst, Tonbridge; 1856'- 
1861» ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; formerly 
Capt 9th Lancers and W. Kent Yeo. Cav. ; 
m. Ist Lady Clementina Augusta Spencer- 
Churchill, d. of George, 6th Duke of 
Marlborough, and widow of John Charles, 
3rd Marquis Camden; 2nd, Miss Scott; 
died Nov. 18, 1904. 

John Rowland. Of 67 Elgin Crescent, 
Netting Hill, W. ; son of E. P. W., Printer, 
of Eton ; 1857»-1859» ; Printer at Eton ; m. 
Agnes Fanny, d. of Frederick Charsley; 
died Feb. 7, 1905. 

Arthur Edward. 1858*-1861» ; Wad- 
ham ColL Oxf. 5 Bedford Row, W.C. 

QuiNTiN. Of Holly Hill, Hants. 7th 
son of Rt Hon. Sir J. W. H., 1st Bt ; 
1858»-1863»; Opp. Wall and Field XLs 
1863 ; won School Fives 1863 ; Keeper of 
Fives 1863 ; Shooting Team 1863 ; Founder 
of the Polytechnic Institute ; formerly 
senior Partner in Hogg, Curtis, Campbell 
and Co. ; Chmn. N. British and Mercantile 
Ins. Co. ; m. Alice Anna, d. of William 
Graham, M.P. for Glasgow ; died Jan. 17, 
1903. 

Walter. 10th son of H. B. ; 1858'- 
1862»; Ch. Ch. Oxf.; ent Diplomatic 
Service 1866 ; Sec. of Legation, Teheran 
1879, Lisbon 1882, Athens 1885; Charge 
d'Affaires, Cettin je, 1886 ; Min. Resident at 
Monte Video and Consul-Gen. in Oi'iental 
Republic of the Uruguay since 1893 ; 
tn. Ellen, d. of F. Guarracino. British 
Legation, Monte Video, Uruguay. 

Capt. Arthur. Son of E. H. R of 
Drayton House, West Drayton, Yiewsley, 
Middlesex ; 1856'-1863» ; Eton vin. 1863 ; 
won Pulling 1863 ; Opp. and Mixed Wall 
1861-2 ; Field XL 1862, Keeper 1862 ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; Capt 6th Dragoons (ret) ; tn. 
Emily, d. of John Rowe of Ballycross 
House, CO. Wexford. Carlton Club, 94 Pail 
Mall,S.W. 

Hon. Henry. 3rd son of Charles, 3rd 
Earl of Romney; 1856M869"; formerly 
Lieut Rifle Bgde. 28 Bury St., St. Jatnes's, 
S.W. 



Henry Stephen. 
Coll. Camb. 



1856«-1861« ; Magd. 



Henry Put^ford. Eld. son of R. H. 
of Beanchamp Hall, Leamington ; 1856'- 
1860* ; formerly in the 12th Regt ; m. 
Fanny, d. of James Fair, of Hove, Brighton. 
27 Brechin Place, S. W. 

Lieut. -CoL. Lord Charles John Innes-. 
Of The Old Mill House, Cowley ; 2nd son of 
James Henry Robert, 6th Duke of Rox- 
burghe ; 1856'-1860" ; Lieut-Col. Scots 
Guards (ret) ; m. Blanche Mary, d. of Col. 
Thomas Peers Williams of Craig-y-Don 
and Temple House, Bucks. 

George, J.P., D.L. Son of T. A. of Little 
Harle Tower ; 1857»-1861» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.A ; Barrister-at-Law ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Northumberland, High Sheriff 1886; m. 
Alice Mildred, d. of Cadogan Hodgson 
Cadogan of Brmkbum Priory, Northum- 
berland. Little Harle Tower, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. 

Ernest Ferdinand. Son of Capt F. 
I. of Colton, Norwich ; 1855'-1860' ; for- 
merly in the 60th Rifles ; tn. Ada, d. of 
— Webster ; died Sept 23rd, 1900. 

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[1859. 



Owen 

(W.L.H.) 



Holdemess 

(T.H.S,, W.J.) 



Eamsden 

(J.RY.) 



G-odman mi. 

(W.L.B.) 



Ker 

(W.L.H.) 



Bailey 

(RD.) 



Iremonger 

(F.RD.) 



Mr. Edwardes 

(J.E.Y) 



Styleman le 
Strange 

(Mrs. D., W.B.M.) 

Durnford 

(F.B.D.) 



Liddell 

(W.E., KB. & E.W.) 



Arkwright 

(R.D.) 



Morris Williams Lloyd. J. P., D.L. 
Son of O. O. of Owmgloyne ; 1866»-1862» ; 
St John's Coll. Oxt ; J.P. and D.L. for 
Haverfordwest, J.P. for co. Pembroke, 
High Sheriff 1870 ; m. Grace C. M., d. of 
William WUberforce Pearson. 6 Picton 
Pl4»c4>^ Haverfordwett. 

William Brown, M.R.O.S. Son of 
W. B. H. of Windsor ; 1867«-1869' ; for- 
merly Sargeou at Windsor Infirmary; 
Med. Officer of the Home at Clewer ; 
Practising at Windsor; J.P. for Berks; 
married. 16 Park St., Windsor. 

LiBUT.-CoL. William John Fresch- 
viLLE. 4th son of H. J. B. of Oxton Hall, 
Tadcaster ; 1857M863' ; ent. Coldstream 
Gds. 1864; ret as Lieat-CoL 1883; m. 
Mabel, d. of Gen. Hon. Sir James Lindsay, 
K.C.M.G. Rogerthorpe Memory Pontefract. 

Edmund Temple. Of Banks Fee, 
Moreton-m-Marsh ; son of J. G. of Park 
Hatch, Godalming ; 1858»-1861» ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Gloucester, High Sheriff 1882 ; 
m. Hon. Susan Emma Veruey, d. of Robert 
John, 9th Lord Willoaghby de Broke; 
died March 22, 1894. 

Capt. Alfred David, Of Montalto 
and Portavo, Ballynahinch, co. Down ; 
eld. son of D. S. K. of Montalto ; 1854"- 
1860" ; formerly Capt 12th Lancers ; J.P. 
for CO. Down, High Sheriff 1877 ; m. Hon. 
Eva Frances Caroline Bateson, d. ot 
Thomas, Ist Lord Deramore ; died Dec. 8, 
1877. 

Crawshat. Of Maindiff Coart Mon- 
moath ; son of C. B. of Abergaveimy ; 
1855' -1859'; m. Elizabeth Selina, d. of 
John Baptiste, Coant Metaxa ; died April 
17, 1887. 

William Henry, J.P. Son of W. L of 
Wherwell Priory; 1858^-1861'; formerly 
Lieut 32nd Regt and Capt E. Yorks MiL ; 
J.P. for Hants ; m. 1st, Kate Eliza, d. ot 
Joseph Evans of Kensington, W. ; 2nd, 
Mary Sophia, d. of Capt Pennant Athel- 
wold Lloyd of Pentrehobyn, co. Flint 
Wherwell Priorjfy Wherwell, Atidover. 

Hon. Hknuy George. 3rd son of 
WUliam, 3rd Lord Kensington; 1858'- 
1862" ; Diplomatic Service ; Sec. to H.M.'8 
Legation at Buenos Ayres 1885, Washing- 
ton 1887, and Rome 1892 ; m. Cecilia 
Eleuthera Douglas, d. ot Charles J. Bayley. 
C.B. ; died Dec. 30, 1896. 

CoMMR. Charles, R.N. 2nd son of 
H. L'E. S. le S. of Hunstanton Hall, 
Norfolk ; 1858'-1860' ; ent R.N. as a Cadet 
1860 ; Lieut 1869 ; Commr. 1882 ; Equerry 
to H.R.H. Duke of Edinburgh, K.G., 1880 : 
died June 13, 1891. 

Rev. Edward. Son of Rev. F. B. D., 
Assist M^aster at Eton 1839-64; 1858'- 
1862' ; Exeter ColL Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Shottesbrooke with White Waltham, 
Maidenhead, 1873-6 ; Vicar of Milland, 
Liphook, Hants, 1876-80, Lyminster, 
Arundel, 1880-5, Heathfield, Heathfield 
Tower, Sussex, 1885-6; m. d. of C. Edwards 
of Wriugton, Bristol ; died May 13, 1886. 

Rev. Canon Edward Thomas. Eld. 
son of Col. Hon. G. A. F. L. of Holly 
Grove and Eton ; 1858»-1861» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A. : 2ud CI. Law and Mod. Hist ; 
Curate of Alverstoke, Hants, 1870-1 ; 
Rector of Wimpole, Royston, 1871-6, 
Jarrow 1876-82 ; Vicar of Welton St 
Martin's, Northants, 1894-1902 ; Hon. 
Canon of Durham ; m. Christina Catharine, 
d. of Charles E. Fraser-Tytler of Aldoarie 
and Balnain, co. Inverness. South Lea, St. 
Albam. 

Hon. Francis, J.P. Of Coton Hall, co. 
Warwick ; son of Rev. G. H. A. of Sutton 
Scarsdale, Chesterfield ; 1858'-1863> ; M.P. 
for E. Derbys 1874-80 ; Mem. of Legislative 
Council, New 2^1aud ; J.P. for Derbys 



Arkwright — cont. 



Symonds 

(K.S., W.L.H.) 



Fletcher 

(E.B.) 



Maxwell 

(W.L,E.) 



Mr. Needham mL 

(A.F.B.) 



Main waring 

(W.L.E. & H.S.) 



Smart 

(F.E.D.) 

Alexander 

(C.CJ.) 



Cotes 

(A.F.B.) 



Durnford mi. 

(T.H.S.,aftK.a,F.E.D. 
& A.C.J.) 



and N. Riding of Yorks ; m. 1st, Louisa, 
d. of Henry Milbank ; 2nd, Hon. Eveline 
Addington, d. of WiUiam Wells, 3rd Visct 
Sidmouth. Overton^ Marton^ Wellington^ 
New Zeaalnd, 

Rev. Edward. Son of G. E. & of 
Thaxted, Dunmow ; 1868'-1866' ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; M. A. ; Curate of Great Leighs. 
Chelmsford, 1874-6, St Saviour's, Hoxton, 
1876-9, Dedham, Colchester, 1879-83, 
Lavenham, Suffolk, 1883-8, Southwold, 
Suffolk, 1888-90, Culford, Bury St 
Edmunds, 1890-1 ; Vicar of Stoke-by- 
Nayland, Colchester, 1891-7 ; Rector of 
Risby since 1897, Dom. Chaplain to Earl 
Cadogan 1890 ; m. Mary, d. ot Henry 
Richard Edwards. Ritby Rectorfy Bury 
St. Edmunds. 

Charles Edward, J.P. 3rd son of Ma j.- 
Gen. E. C. F. of Kenward, Yalding, Maid- 
stone ; 1858*-1860» ; J.P. for Devon ; m. 
Annie Ida, d. ot Sir William FitzHerbert, 
4th Bt Union Club, Trafalgar Sq., W.C. 

Rt. Hon. Sir Herbert Eustace, 7th 
Bt, M.P., F.R.S., LL.D. Eld. son of Sir 
W. M., 6th Bt of Monreith ; I858»-1861» ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxt: Hon. LL.D., Glasgow; 
formerly Maj. and Hon. Lieut -Col. 4th Bn. 
Royal Scots Fusiliers; M.P. for co. 
Wigtown since 1880: a Lord of the 
Treasury 1886-92 ; Rhind Lecturer in 
Archaeology, Edinburgh, 1893 ; Repres. of 
H.M.'s Govt at Congress on Prevention of 
Tuberculosis at Berlin 1899 ; Pres. of the 
Soc. of Scottish Antiquaries ; Author of 
♦Life of the Duke of Wellington,* and 
many other works ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Wigtown ; m. Mary, df. of Henry Fletcher- 
Campbell of Boquhan, co. Stirling. 
MonrHthy WhauphUly R.S.O.y co. Wtgtowny 
and 49 Lennox Odns.y S. W. 

Capt. Hon. Edward Thomas, R.N. 
3rd son of Francis Jack, Visct Newry and 
Mome and brother of Francis Charles, 3rd 
Barlof Kilmorey; 1869*-1860'; Commander 
R.N., ret 1897 ; m. Mary Augusta Comyn, 
d. of Rev. Thomas Piatt, Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Portsea, Portsmouth. The Cresty 
St. Matthew's Rd.y St. Leonards-on-Setu 

Col. Charles Salusbury, J.P., V.D. 
Eld. son of T. M. of Galltfaenan ; 1859'- 
1863« ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; M.A. ; CoL 1st VoL 
Bn. Royal Welsh FusiUers 1890-9 ; J.P. for 
oo.s Denbigh, Merioneth and Carnarvon ; 
m, Gertrude, d. of T. Loverock. Gallt/ae- 
nany Trefnanty R.S.O.y co. Denbigh. 

Col. Henry John de Berni^re (aft 
de Bemifere). 1859^-1861' ; formerly Maj. 
Worcesters Regt, aft CoL Comm. 29th 
Regimental Dist 

James Dalison, D.L. Son of J. A. of 
Oakbank, Sevenoaks ; 1859»-1864' ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxt ; formerly W. Kent Yeo. Cav. ; D.L. 
for Kent ; Banker ; m. Lady Emily Harriet 
Catherine Boyle, d. of Rt Hon. Richard 
Edmund St Lawrence, 9th Earl of Cork 
and Orrery. Uamsell Manory EridgCy 
Sussexy and 70 Cadogan Sq.y S. W. 

Charles Cecil. Of Woodcote, New- 
port, Salop ; 2nd son of J. C, of Woodcote ; 
1869»-1864» ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; B.A. ; M.P. 
for Shrewsbury 1874-85; a Lord of the 
Treasury 1880-5 ; formerly Capt Salop 
Yeo. ; J.P. and D.L. for co.s Salop and 
Stafford ; died unm. 1898. 

Walter. Son of Rt Rev. R. D., D.D., 

Bp. of Chichester ; 1859»-1866* ; Newc. 

, Select 1864-5 ; Coll. WaU 1863-4 ; Sch. 

of King's Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; 1st CI; 

Class. Trip, and Fellow of King's 1869 ; 

Assist Master at Eton 1870-99 ; V.D. PU 

I Bousey Befnbridgey Isle of Wightyand King's 

I Collegey Cambridge, 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— EEMOVE. 



Montgomerie 

(Miss E., A.F.B.) 



DuPre 

(J.L.J.) 

Foljambe 

(KB.) 



Millett 
(RD.) 

Skene 

(F.V., F. St J. T.) 



Hawtrey mi, 

(J.W.H., aft. K.S., 
C.C.J.) 



Mr. Dawnay 

(Mrs. de R., E.B. > 
J.L.J.) 



Pryor 

(Mrs. D., C.W.) 



Evans 

(C.W.) 

Fresbfield 

(C.W.) 



Cecil Thomas Molinkux-. Of Gar- 
boldisham, Thetford ; son of T. M. M. of 
Garboldisham.; 1869M862* ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; formerly in the Gren. Gds. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Norfolk ; m. Eleanor Frances, 
d. of Hon. Arthur Lascelles of Norley, 
Warrington ; died April 17, 1901. 

James. Of Wilton Park, Beaconsfield : 
son of Rev. W. M. Du P. of Brighton ; 
1869»-1863» ; 0. C. C. Oxf. ; B.A. ; m. Seliua, 
d. of J. Stokoe, M.D. ; died 1882. 

Cecil George Savile. 1st Lord 
Hawkesbury ; eld. son of G. S. F. of Osber- 
ton, Notts; 1869»-1860"; ent. the RN. 
1860 ; served with the Naval Bgde. in the 
New Zealand War 1863-4 at storming of 
Rangiriri (despatches, Med.), ret. as Lieat. 
1870 ; M.P. for N. Notts 1880-6 and Mans- 
field Div. of Notts 1886-92 ; Lord-in- 
Walting to Queen Victoria 1894-6 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Notts and E. Riding of Yorks ; 
J.P. for W. and N. Ridings of Yorks and 
for Northants and Leicesters ; m. 1st, 
Louisa Blanche, d. of Frederick John 
Howard of Compton Place, Sussex ; 2nd, 
Susan Louisa, d. of CoL William Henry 
Frederick Cavendish of West Stoke, Sussex. 
Ktrkham Abbey, York; Haselhech Hall, 
Northampton ; Ollerton House, Newark, 
and 2 Carlton House Terrace, & W. 

Francis Forbes. Son of F. M., Mem- 
ber of the Supreme Council of India ; 1869'- 
1861*; a Civir Engineer ; went to India, 
returned in broken health and died uum., 
April 1, 1883. 

Rev. George William Charles. Son 
of J. H. S., Consul at Aleppo ; 1868"- 
I860' ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; M.A. ; Slade Exhib. 
Curate of Sculcoates, Hull, 1870-2, Bishop- 
thorpe, York, 1872 ; Rector of Fontmell- 
Magna, Shaftesbury, 1873-80 ; Rector of 
Barthomley since 1880 ; m. Maud Lawtou, 
d. of Hon. Edward Morris Erskine, C.B. 
and widow of William John Percy Lawtou 
of Lawton Hall, co. Chester. Barthomley 
Rectory, Crewe. 

Edward Montague. Son of Rev. 
J. W. H., Assist Master at Eton 1842-69 ; 
1866''-1866'' ; St. John's ColL Camb. ; Head 
Master of St. Michael's School, Westgate- 
on-Sea; m. Ague? Ellen, d. of F. M. 
Collins of Savemake, Wilts. St. Michael's, 
Westgate-on-Sea, R.S.O., Kent. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Hon. Lewis Payn. 2nd 
son of William Henry, 7th Visct. Downe ; 
1858M866*; Lieut-Col. Coldstream Gds. 
(Reserve of Officers); M.P. for Thirsk 
1880-4; Thirsk and Malton Div. of N. 
Riding of Yorks 1884-92; served in S. 
Africa 1899 (Med. and Clasp) ; J.P. for 
N. Riding of Yorks ; m. Lady Victoria 
Alexandrina Elizabeth, d. of Gen. Hon. 
Charles Grey, and sister of Albert Henry 
George, 4th Earl Grey. Beningbrough Hall, 
York, and 61 Charles St., Berkeley Sq., W. 

Arthur Vickris, J.P., D.L. Son of 
A. P. of Hylands, Chelmsford; 1868»- 
1864" ; 0pp. and Mixed Wall and Field xls 
1863 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Brewer at 
Burton ; m. Lady Elizabeth Charlotte 
Louisa Craven, d. of William, 2nd Earl of 
Craven, and widow of Arthur Edward, 3rd 
Earl of Wilton. Hylands, Chelmsford. 

Henry Arthur Meyi.ett. 1868'- 
1864' ; Eton xi. 1864 ; Trin. Hall Camb. ; 
B,A. 

Douglas Wiluam. Of Kidbrooke 
Park, East Grinstead ; son of H. R. F. of 
Kidbrooke Park ; 1869'-1863» ; Univ. Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. : 2nd CI. Law and Mod. Hist ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1870; 
edited Alpine Journal 1872-80 ; Mem. of 
Council Royal Geographical Soc. 1878-94, 
one of the Hon. Sees. 1881-94, Founder's 



Freshfield — cont. 



Cmft 

(C.W.) 



Howard 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Collier 

(C.W.) 



Spearman 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Grey 

(F.E,D.) 

Mr. Pelham 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Mr. Tatton 
Egferton 

(F.E.D.) 



Gold Med. 1903 ; Pres. Alpine Club 1893-6 ; 
Treas. Hellenic Soc. ; Chmn. of Committee 
of Soc. of Authors, and Pres. of the 
Assoc, of Geog. Teachers ; has travelled 
beyond beaten tracks in the Himalayas, 
Syria, Algeria, the Caucasus, Armenia, 
Corsica, the Apennines and most parts of 
the Alpine region ; m. Augusta Charlotte, 
d. of Hon. William Ritchie, Advocate-Gen. 
at Calcutta 1869. Wych Cross House, 
Forest Row, S.O., Sussex, and 1 Airlie Odns,^ 
Campden Hill Rd., W. 

Rev. Thomas Denman. Son of Rev. 
R. C, Vicar of Hillingdon, Uxbrldge; 
1859'-1863* ; B.N.C. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate 
of Baldock, Herts, 1871-4; Vicar of 
Kimpton, Welwyn, 1874-83 ; m. Eleanor 
Eraser, d. of Rt Rev. Geoi^e Tomlinson, 
D.D., Bp. of Gibraltar. Oxford and Cam- 
bridge Club, 71 Pall Mall, S. W. 

Capt. Kenneth (aft. Howard-Bury). 
Son of Hon. J. K. H. of Hazelby, Newbury ; 
1869»-1862* ; Shooting Team 1861, won the 
Spencer Cup 1861 ; R, M. Academy, Wool- 
wich ; Capt R. H. Art ; J.P. and D.L. ; 
High Sheriff 1884 ; m. Lady Emily Alfreda 
Julia Bury, d. of Charles William, 3rd 
Eari of Charleville ; died Aug. 24, 1886. 

Robert, 2ud Lord Monkswell. Eld. 
son of Robert Porrett, 1st Lord M. ; 
1869*-1863" ; Tomllne Select 1863 ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb.; Ist CI. Law Trip. 1866; 
LL.B. ; called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1869 ; formerly Conveyancing Counsel to 
the Treasury and an Official Examr. in 
the High Court of Judicature ; Lord-in- 
Walting to Queen Victoria 1892-6 ; Under 
Sec. for War 1896 ; Chmn. L.C.C. 1903-4 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex ; m. Mary 
Josephine, d. of Joseph Alfred Hardcastle 
of The Lodge, Holt, Norfolk. 7 Chelsea 
Embankment, S. W. 

Rudolph Herries. 4th son of Rt. 
Hon. Sir A. Y. S., Ist Bt ; 1869'-1864' ; 
Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Barrister-at-Law ; 
Recorder of Bridgnorth ; m. Dorothy Jane, 
d. of Edward W. Mantell of Golden Manor, 
Hanwell ; died Aug. 2, 1900. 

Edward Codrington William. Son of 
Capt C, C. G., R.N. ; 1868»-1864» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M. A. ; Barrister-at^I^aw. Grey Stoke, 
Penrith. 

Rev. Hon. Francis Godolphin (6th 
Earl of Chichester;. 2nd son of Henry 
Thomas, 3rd Earl of C, and brother of 
Walter John, 4th Earl of C, : 1868»-1863» ; 
Eton XL 1863 ; Field xl 1862 ; Master of 
0pp. Beagles 1863 ; won Mile 1863 ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Camb. xi. 1864-7, Capt 
1866-7 ; Curate of St George's, Doncaster, 
1869, St Pancras 1869-72 ; Rector of 
Upton Pyne, Exeter, 1872-6; Vicar 
of St Mary's, Beverley, 1876-81 ; Rector 
of Halesowen, Birmingham, 1881-3 ; 
Chaplain to Archbp. of York 1882-90; 
Rector of Lambeth 1884-94; Chaplain to 
Bp. of Winchester 1890-6 ; Rector of 
Buckhurst HilU Essex-, 1894-1900 ; Vicar 
of Gt Yarmouth 1900-3 ; Hon. Canon of 
Bangor 1878-1900 ; m. Hon. Alice Carr 
Glyn, d. of George Carr, 1st Lord Wolverton; 
died April 21, 1906. 

Hon. Alan de, J.P., D.L., M.P. 3rd 
son of William Tatton, 1st Lord Egertou 
of Tatton ; 1863'-1860*; Capt 6th Bu. Rifle 
Bgde. 1877-84; aft Maj. and Hon. Lieut- 
Col. Cheshire Imp. Yeo. ; M.P. for Mid. 
Cheshire 1883-6 and Knutsford Div. of 
Cheshire shice 1886 ; J.P., D.L. and Vice- 
Lieut for Cheshire; m. Anna Louisa, d. 
of Simon Watson Taylor of Erlestoke 
Park, Wilts. Rostheme Manor, Knutsford, 
The Thatched Cottage, Taplow, Maidenhead, 
and 9 Seamore Place, W. 



76 



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[1859. 



Palairet ma, 

(W.L.E.) 



Barry 

(W.W.) 



Hawtrey 

(J.W.H.) 



Monckton ma, 

(O.K.P. & RB., 
P.E.D.) 



Stopford 

(A..F.B.) 



Lord Kenlis 

(Miss G., F.B.D.) 



Jervoise ma, 

(P.B.D.) 



Newman 

(O.W.) 



Kerinett 

(W.B., F.B.D.)' 



Hbnbt Hamilton, J.P. Eld. son of 
Capt S. H. P. of The Grange, Bradford- 
on-Avou ; 1868'-1862" ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; J.P. for Dorset ; m. 1st, Elizabeth 
i Anne, d. of Lionel Oliver Bigg of Bruton 
House, Clifton, Bristol; 2ud, Charlotte 
BUeu, d. of Rev. Frederick John Booke, 
Rector of Rampisham, Dorchester. The 
Grange^ Kington Langley^ Chippenham. 

Capt. George John. Son of Rev. 
W. B., Rector of BMsworth, Northants ; 
1867»-1863» ; B, N. C. Oxf. ; formerly 
Capt. 12th Lancers ; m. Gertrude, d. of 
Major Percy, Norfolk Regt ; died at 
Brighton 1897. 

Montague. Sou of Rev. M. J. G. H., 
Rector of Rimpton, Bath ; 1867'--1860»; Tea 
Planter in China ; m. Constance Maud, d. 
of Capt Robert Parr, 64th Regt.; died 
1878. 

Francis, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of Gen. H. M. 
of Stretton Hall aud Somerford; 1868'- 
1863' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. for W. Staffs 
1871-86 ; J.P. and D.L. for Staffs, High 
Sheriff 1896 ; Hon. Maj. Staffs Yeo.Ca v. ; m. 
Evelyn Mary, d. of Algernon Charles 
Heber-Percy of Hodnet Hall, Salop. 
Stretton Holly Stafford, and Somerford 
Bally Brewoody Stafford. 

Col. Lionel Richard (aft. Stopford- 
Sackville). Son of W. B. S.-S. ; 1868'- 
1862' ; Lieut-Col. and Brev.-Col. Rifle 
Bgde., Comm. 4th Bn. for six years (ret.) ; 
served in the Ashanti War ; Med. and 
Clasp for Coomas'sie ; m. Constance 
Evelyn, d. of Maj. George F. Gosling. 
Spriveriy Horsmondeny S.O.y Kent. • 

Thomas (Earl of BectiveX Of Underley 
Hall, Westmorland ; eld. son of Rt. Hon. 
Thomas, 3rd Marquis of Headfort, K.P. ; 
1868'-1862» ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. for 
Westmorland 1871-92 ; Hon. Col. 4th Bn. 
Border Regt. : J.P. and D.L. for Westmor- 
land, High Sheriff 1868 ; m. Lady Alice 
Maria Hill, d. of Arthur, 4th Marquis of 
Downshire, K.P. : died Dec. 16, 1893. 

Francis Michael Ellis. Of Herriard 
Park, Basingstoke ; eld. son of F. J. £. J. of 
Herriard Park ; 1868»-1863' : Merton ColL 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1869 ; Capt Hants Yeo. 1874-81 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Hants ; J.P. for Wilts ; 
m. Rachael Mary, d. of George Edward 
Eyre of Warrens, Lyndhurst, Hants ; died 
Jan. 22, 1903. 

John Adam Richard. Of Dromore 
House (now Newbury Manor), Mallow ; 
son of J. N. of Dromore House ; 1868'- 
1861' ; Magd. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Cork, High Sheriff 1874; 
M.F.H. Dunhallow Hounds ; m. Elizabeth 
Matilda, d. of Lieut-Col. Robert Bramstou 
Smith, D.L., of Pencraig, Anglesey ; died 
Oct 14, 1893. 

Sir Vincent Hunter Barrington 
(aft Kennett-Barrington), Kt Of The 
Manor House, Dorchester, Walliugford; eld. 
son of Capt V. F. K. of The Manor House ; 
1868M861'; Sch. of Trin. Coll. Camb.; 
M.A., LL.M. ; 34th Wrangler 1867 ; called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1872 ; practised 
as an Equity Draughtsman and Convey- 
ancer ; Commr. under the Geneva Convent- 
ion of sick and wounded during the 
Franco-German, Carlist, Servian, Turco- 
Rnssian and Serv^o-Bulgarian Wars, and 
in the Suakim Expdn. ; Mem. of Met 
Asylums Bd., and Dep. Chmn. of St John's 
Ambulance Assocn. ; m. Alicia Georgette, 
d. of George Glas Saudeman of Westfleld, 
Hayling Island, Havant; died from the 
effects of an accident while ballooning 
July 13, 1903. 



Hurt 

(C.W.) 

Buckle 

(Home, W.L.H.) 

Mr. Verney 

(W.A.C.) 



KiiatchbuU 

(F.E.D,) 



Ward 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 



Melville 

(E.B.) 



Wright 

(W.A.C) 

Jarvis 

(W.A.C.) 



Mr. Talbot 

(C.W.) 



Cotes 

(W.A.C.) 



Walter mi, 

(E.B. & B,W., C.T.P., 
H.a, E.B. & E.W.) 



Leigh mi, 

(F.E.D.) 



Byron mi, 

(Miss G., W.B.M. «S& 
B.W.) 



Prof. Louis Charles. 8th son of 9, 
H. of Alderwasley, Matlock ; 1868«-1863' ; 
English Master at the Imp. Roy. There- 
sianum and the Commercial Academy, 
Vienna, n. 2 Valeriestrassey Vienna, 

Lieut.-Col. Edmund. Son of Capt E. 
B., Bengal Art ; 1864»-1869» ; Lieut-CoL 
R.A. (ret). 8 Duke St,y St. James% S,W. 

Hon. Henry (18th Lord WUlooghby de 
Broke). Eld. sou of Robert John, 17th 
Lord W. de B. ; 1868'-1862« ; Ch. Ch. Oxt ; 
Lieut-Col. and Bon. CoL Warwicks Teo. 
Cav. ; M.F.H. Warwicks Hounds 1876- 
1902 ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Warwick ; m, 
Geraldine, d. of James Hugh Smith-Barry 
of Marbury Hall, Chester ; died and buried 
at sea Dec. 19, 1902. 

Sir Wyndham, 12th Bt, J.P. 2nd son of 
Sir N. J. K., 10th Bt, of Mersham Hatch ; 
1868»-1859' ; Barrister-at-Law ; M.P. for 
E. Kent 1876-6 ; J.P. for Kent ; m. Margaret 
Elizabeth, widow of John Dillon Browne. 
Mersham Hatehy Ail^ordy Kenty and 32 
Rutland Gatey S.W. 

Capt. Henry Affleck Houlton, Son 
of N. W. of Calverley Grange, Tunbridge 
Wells ; 1868^-1862' ; formerly in the 60th 
Rifles. Haroldeney Winchester, 

Hon. Ernest Leslie-. 6th son of John 
Thornton, 9th Earl of Leven and Melville, 
of Roehampton House, S.W., and Glen- 
femess, Forres, Dunphail, ca Moray ; 
1868'-1862' ; died Sept 1, 1862. 

Edward Adolphus Topham. Son of 
Rev. J. A. W., Rector of Ickham, Dover ; 
1868M86P ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; B.A. 

Rev. Charles Edwin. 1868*-1863'; 
Trin. Coll. Oxt; M.A. ; Curate of St 
Helen's, Abingdon, 1867-9; Rector of 
Hatton, Wragby, Lines, 1869-91 ; J.P. for 
Lines ; dead. 

Hon. Richard Wooan (6th Lord Talbot 
de Malahide). Eld. eon of James, 4th 
Lord T. de M. ; 1869'-1862*; formerly 
Lieut 9th Lancers ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Dublin ; m. Ist, Emily Harriet d, of Sir 
James Boewell, 2nd and last Bt of Anch- 
inleck, Ayrshire; 2ud, Isabel Charlotte, 
<f. of R. B. Humfrey of Wrexham House, 
Norwich, and widow of John Gnmey of 
Sprowston Hall, Norwich. Malahide 
Castlty Dublin. 

Charles. Of Burcott, Leighton Buz- 
zard ; eld. son of Rev. C. G. C, Rector of 
Stanton St Qulntln, Wilts ; 1869'-1863* ; 
Trin. ColL Oxf.; M.A. ; Stockbroker; 
J.P. for Bqpks ; m. Edith, d. of Jacob, 4th 
Earl of Radnor ; died Nov. 22, 1903. 

Arthur Eraser, J.P., D.L. 2ud son of 
J. W. of Bear Wood ; 1867«-1866' ; Eton XL 
1864-6 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M. A. ; Oxt xl 1869 ; 
Barrister ; formerly Lieut-CoL and Hon. 
CoL Comm. Ist YoL Bn. Royal Berks 
Regt ; Director of L. and a W. Rly. ; Chief 
Proprietor and Manager of *The Times ' ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Berks; Dep.-Lient for 
City of London; m. Henrietta Maria, d. of 
Rev. Thomas Anchitel Anson, Rector of 
Longford, Derby. Bear Woody Wokingham. 

John Jodrell Bgerton. 3nd son of 
E. L. of West Hall, High Leigh, Knuts- 
ford and Jodrell Hall, Holmes Ghapd ; 
1868'-1860' ; died from the effects of a 
blow from a fives ball at Eton 1860. 

Henry. Son of T. B. of Conladon 
Court Oaterham,Caterham Valley, Surrey ; 
18S8» - 1863' ; m. Mary Ann, d, of — 
Sanders, E.LO.a ; died at Malvern 1894. 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— EEMOVE. 



Lawrence 

(J.L.J.) 



King ma, 

(Home, W.L.H.) 

King mi. 

(Home, W.L.H.) 

Smith 

(Miss E., W.L.H.) 



Burnell 

(W.B., E.D.S.) 



Liddell 

(B.B., G.R.D. & B.W., 
B.B. A E.W.) 



Foster 

(J.L.J.) 



Sartoris 

(T.H.S., O.T.P.) 



Baring 

(Miss G., W.L.H.) 

Lord Castle CufPe 

(J.W.H. <b O.C.W., 
J.W.H,, 0.0. W. <b 
B.D.S.) 



Marquis of Bland- 
ford 
(RB.) 



Jervis 

(W.A.O.) 



William Fbkdkric, J.P., M.P. Eld. 
son of Rev. C. W. L., Iiicumb. of St. 
Luke's Church, Liverpool; 1868M862' ; 
Ch, Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; called to the Bar, 
Liucohi's Inn, 1871 ; M.P. for Abercromby 
Div. of Liverpool since 1886; J.P. for 
Wilts ; m. Caroline Susan, 4. of Charles 
Baring Young. Cowetfield Hou$e, White- 
parithy SdHibury^ and 27 Eaton Sq.y S. W. 

PRANris. Son of Bev. S. W. Lloyd, 
Rector of Bar ham, Canterbury: 1858"- 
1860' : formerly in business in Japan. 

John. Son of Rev. S. W. Lloyd, Rector 
of Barham, Canterbury ; 1868»-186r ; 
formerly in the 70th Regt. 

Charlks William Jervis, J.P. Of 
Great Fenton Hall, Stoke-on-Trent ; eld. 
son of C. J. S. of Elmhurst Hall, Staffs ; 
1858'-1862»; Prince Consort's German 
Prize 1861 ; St. John's ColL Oxf. ; B.A. ; 
formerly Lieut. Staffs Yeo. ; Colliery 
Owner ; J.P. for co. Derby ; m. Alice 
Eleanor, rf. of Rev. Edmund Baskerville- 
Mynors, Rector of Ashley, Wilts. Brox- 
ford Hally Doveridge^ l/erby. 

Ma J. Edward Annksley Pegge- 
(aft Pegge-Bumell-Milnes). 4th son of 
E. V. P.-B. of Winkbuni Hall, Southwell ; 
1858M862'; formerly Maj. Rifle Bgde. 
Junt<rr Carlton Club, 30 Pall Mall, S W. 

Adolphus Gkorob Charles. Eld. son 
of Hon. Sir A. F. O. L., K.C.B., Q.C., 
Permanent Sec. of State for the Home 
Dept ; 1859*-1864' ; Ball (3oll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 
2nd CI. Class. ; Barrister ; Assist. Sec. to 
the Lord Chanc. 90 WMimwe St., W. 

WiLUAM Henry, J.P., D.L. Eld. son 
of W. O. F. of Apley Park ; :869'-1863» ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxt ; M.P. for Bridgnorth 1870- 
86 ; J.P. and D.L. for Salop, High Sheriff 
1903 ; J.P. for Northants ; m. Henrietta 
Grace, d. of Henry Sandford Pakenham 
Mahon of Strokestown House, Longford. 
Apley Park, Bridgnorth, and Spraiton 
Grange, A'ortliampton. 

EDWARn Grbville. Son of E. J. S. of 
WaiTiford Park, Bishop's Waltham, Hants ; 
1866«-1860' ; formerly in the 11th Hussars, 
aft. in the Diplomatic Service ; died from 
the effects of a kick on the head from a 
horse Oct. 23, 1873. 

LiELT. Henry Alexander, R.N. Son 
of W. F. B. ; 1868"-1869« ; formerly in the 
Royal Navy ; died Feb. 3, 1902. 

WiixiAM UiJCK O'Connor (4th Earl of 
Desart). Eld. son of Otway O'Connor, 3rd 
Earl of D., of Desart Court, Kilkenny; 
1856'-1859'; Page of Honour to Queen 
Victoria 1856-62 ; in the Gren. Gds. 1862-7 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Kilkenny : m. 1st, 
Maria Emma Georgiana, d. of Thomas 
Henry Preston of Moreby Hall, Yorks ; 
2nd, Ellen Odette, d. of Henry Louis 
Bischoffsheim ; died Sept 16, 1898. 

Georob Charles (8th Duke of Marl- 
borough). Eld. son of Rt. Hon. John 
Winston, 7th Duke of M., K.G. ; 1868»- 
1869' ; formeriy Lieut. R.H. Gds. ; D.L. 
for CO. Oxford; m. 1st, Lady Albertha 
Frances Anne Hamilton, d. of James, 1st 
Duke of Abercom, K.G. ; 2nd, Lily Warren, 
d. of Cicero Price, Commodore of the U. S. 
Navy, and widow of Louis Hammersley of 
New York ; died Nov. 9, 1892. 

Augustus Whitehall Parker-. 6th 
son of Hon. E. S. P.-J. of Aston Hall, 
Sutton Ck>ldfield, Birmingham ; 1868'- 
1863' ; St John's CJoll. Oxt ; formerly a 
Wine Merchant in London ; died Aug. 19, 
1887. 



Moore 

(A.F.B.) 



Mr. Wil lough by ma, 

(A.F.B.) 



Hedges 

(Mrs. de R., C.T.P., 
W.B.M. <Sc H.S.) 

Thorold 

(F.E.D.) 



Butler ma. 

(C.W.) 



Edmonstone 

(J.L.J.) 



Williams ma, 

(C.W.) 



Earl of Eldon 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Custance 

(Mi8sG.,W.L.E.) 



Mr. Duncan Qui, 

(A.F.B.) 



Kilvington 

(E.H., F.B.D.) 



Charles Henry. Sou of Rev. E. M., 
Rector of Frittendeu, Staplehurst, Kent ; 
1869'-1864' : East India Merchant 1871- 
96 ; formerly Member of Legislative 
Council of Bengal and Pres. of State 
Bank. 22 Ryder St., St. James's, S. W. 

Hon. Dioby Wbntworth Bayard (9th 
Lord Middleton). Eld. son of Henry, 8th 
Lord M. ; 1868'-1862' ; in the Scots Gds. 
1864-9 (ret as Capt) ; Hon. Col. E. Ridhig 
of Yorks Vol Art since 1878 (V.D.) ; Pres. 
Buckrose (k>uservative Assocn. ; M.F.H. 
Lord Middletou's Hunt, K Riding of 
Yorks; J.P. for E. and N. Ridings of 
Yorks ; D.L. for co. Ross and Notts ; Aid. 
B. Riding of Yorks C.C. ; m. Eliza Maria, 
d. of Sir Alexander Penrose Gordon- 
Cummlng, 3wi Bt Birdsall House, York ; 
Wollaton Hall, Nottingham; Settrington 
House, York; Middleton Hall, Tamworth, 
and Applecross, R.S.O., co. Ross. 

Charles. Son of C. H. of Newnham, 
Wallingford; 1866'-1863' ; emigrated to 
Queensland, Australia. Warborough, nr. 
Wallingfwrd. 

Capt. Cecil. Of Boothby, Grantham ; 
3rd son of Sir J. C. T., 11th Bt of Syston 
Park, Grantham ; 1867'-1861» ; Capt 1st 
Life Gds. ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln ; 
m. Anne Charlotte, d. of Gen. E. S. 
Claremont, C.B. ; died Feb. 26, 1896. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Edward Arthur. 3rd son 
of Hon. C. L. B. of Coton House, Rugby ; 
1867»-186r; Lieut-Col. 1st Bn. Royal 
Irish Rifles; served in the Zulu War 
1879: m. Clara Maria, d. of Maj.-Gen. 
J. Francis, Bombay Staff Corps. Junior 
Carlton Club, 30 Fall Mall, S. W. 

Col. Neil Benjamin. Eld. son of 
N. B. E., H.E.LC.S. ; 1866»-1860» ; Col. 4th 
Hussars (ret) ; m. Edith Isabella, cf. of Col. 
Henry Lumsden of Pitcaple Castle, co. 
Aberdeen. Junior United Service Club, 
11 Charles Street, S. W. 

Col. Sir William Grenvillr, 4th Bt 
Of Bodelwyddan, Rhuddlau, Flint; eld. 
sou of Sir H. W., 3rd Bt of Bodelwyddan : 
1867 '-1861' ; served in Royal Dragoons and 
1st Life Gds. ; ret as Capt 1873 ; aft Hon. 
Col. Montgomerys Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. for co. 
Denbigh ; J.P. and D.L. for oo. Flint, High 
Sheriff 1883 ; m. Elliuor Harriet d. of 
William Willoughby George Hurt Sitwell 
of Femey Hall, Salop ; died Aug. 28, 1904. 

John (3rd Earl). Son of John, 2nd Earl 
of E. ; 1868»-1863' ; Shooting Team 1862-3, 
won the Spencer Cup 1862 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
formerly Hon. Col. 1st Dorset Rifle Vol. ; 
J.P., C. A., and D.L. for co. Gloucester ; J.P. 
for Dorset ; m. Henrietta Minna, d. of Capt 
Henry Martin Turnor. Stowell Park, North- 
leach, R.S.O., Glos,and 43 Portman Sq., W. 

Col. Frederick Hambleton, C.B., J.P. 
Son of Sir H. F. C, K.C.B., of Weston 
House ; 1868»-1860' : Lieut-Col. Gren. (Ms. 
(ret) ; Ctol. Ck)mm. and Hon. Col. 3rd Bn. 
Norfolk Regt. 1896-1904 ; served in S. 
Africa 1900-1 ; J.P. for Norfolk ; m. 
Eleanor (instance, d. of Capt Hylton 
Jolliffe. Wetlon House, Norwich. 

Hon. George Alexander Philips 
Haldane. 2nd son of Adam, 2nd Earl of 
C!amperdown ; 1869*-1861»; Civil Engineer ; 
Partner in Maudslay, Sons and Field, ret 
1889 ; m. Laura, d. of John Dove of An- 
dover, Mass., U.S.A., and widow of John 
Adams Blanchard of Boston, U.S.A. 
AthencBum Club, 107 Pall Mall, S. W. 

Orfsur Inolis. Of 39 Sloane (Mns., 
8.W. ; son of Capt K., 62nd Regt ; 1869»- 
1861' ; Oh. Ch. Oxf. ; died June 6, 1902. 



78 
Alexander 

(C.CJ.) 



Lee mi, 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Griffiths 

(W.B.M.,W.B.M,,E.W. 
& O.B.) 



Huddleston 

(K.S., W.W.) 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Turner 

(K.S., F. St. J.T.) 



Lord Cole 

(W.B., E.B. & E,W.) 



Sir E. Gooch 

(Mi88 E., A..F.B.) 



James Fane. Of Edwinstowe, Newark ; 
son of R. A. of Somerliill, Kent ; 1869'- 
1863* ; formerly Capt 17th Lancers ; J.P. 
for Notts; m. Auria, d. of Maj. Henry 
Otway Mayne of Mayne's Horse ; dead. 

Arthur Morikr. Son of Sir G. P. L., 
Kt., of Bagshot, Camberley ; 1869»-1866» ; 
Newc. Select 1864; Tomline Select 1864; 
Ball. Coll. Oxf. ; Ist 01. Mods. 1869 ; Ist 01. 
Lit. Hum. 1871 : Barrister, Lincoln's Inn ; 
m. Catherine Anna, d. of Lucius Spooner. 
Winslep Housey near Bradford-on-Avon. 

William Russell, LL.B. 4th son of 
G. R. G., of Castle Hill, Euglefleld Green, 
Surrey ; 1869»-1863' ; Eton viii. 1862-3 ; 
Capt. of the Boats 1863, won double Sculling 
1862: Opp.Walland Field XLS 1862; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; LL.B. ; 1st 01. law Trip. 
1866; Camb. vin. 1866-7 ; Pres. C. U. B.C. 
1866-7 ; Barrister ; Recorder of Bedford 
since 1898. 3 Essex Courts Temple^ B.C. 

Tristram Frederick Croft. Son of 
Rev. G. J. H. of Upwell Hall, Wisbech ; 
Rector of Tuuworth, Basingstoke ; 1869»- 
1867" ; Newc. Select 1864-6, Sch. 1867 : 
Coll. Wall 1864-6; Mixed Wall 1866 
Sch. of King's Coll. Camb.; M.A. ; 
Powis Med. 1868, 9 and 70; Browne's 
Med. 1868 and 9; let 01. Class. Trip. 
1871; Fellow of King's 1871-80; Class. 
Lecturer 1871-6; 3rd (Home) Bursar 
1872-80; Sec. of Lodging Houses Syud. 
1882-92 ; Censor of Non-Oollegiate Students 
since 1890; m. Bessie Drinkwater, d. of 
Rev. James Chataway, Rector of Rother- 
wick, Winchfleld. 14 Selwyn Gdns.^ 
Cambridge^ and FUzttaiiam Holly 
Cambridge. 

CoL. Frederick Mansel. Son of Rev. 
0. M. T., Rector of Aldford, Chester, and 
Hon. Canon of Chester ; 1869»-1864* ; R.M. 
Academy, Woolwich ; Col. Royal Art. ; m. 
Henrietta, d. of S. Stephens Bankart, 
Banker, of Leicester, clo Cox & Co.^ 
Charing Cross, S.W. 

LowRY Egerton (4th Earl of Enniskillen), 
K.P. 2ud son of William Willoughby, 3rd 
Earl of E. ; 1869'-1862' ; formerly in the 
Rifle Bgde. ; Hon. Col. Royal Inniskilling 
Fusiliers since 1887 : M.P. for Enniskillen 
1880-6 ; M. F. H. (N. Cheshire) ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Fermanagh, High Sheriff 1870 ; 
m. Charlotte Marion, d. of Douglas Baird 
of Closebum, co. Dumfries. Florence 
Courty Enniskillen^ Ireland, and 3 Herbert 
CresentyS.W. 

Edward Sherlock, 7th Bt. Of Benacre 
Hall, Wangford, Suffolk ; eld. son c f Sir E. 
S. G., 6th Bt. of Benacre; 1866='-1860» ; 
formerly Maj. W. Essex Mil. ; J.P. and 
D.L. for Suffolk ; m. Ellen Emily, d. of 
Robert Augustus Hankey Hirst of Down 
Grange, Basingstoke ; died May 27, 1872. 



EOUETH EOEM. 



Sir George Prescott 

(J.W.H.) 



Wood mi, 

(Mrs. v., C.W.) 



George Rendlrsham, 4th Bt. Of 
Isenhurst, Sussex ; eld. son of Sir G. W. 
P., 3rd Bt. ; 1866'-1869» ; formerly in the 
2nd Life Gds., aft. Capt. Herts Yeo. ; D.L. 
for Sussex, High Sheriff 1883 ; m. Louise 
Franklin, d. of Lionel Lawson ; died July 
29, 1894. 

Arthur Hardy, J.P. Of Alresford 
House, Hants ; 3rd son of J. W. of Theddon 
Grange, Alton; 1868»-1861" ; J.P. for 
Hants ; m. 1st, Annis Matilda, d. of 
Charles Hardy of Chilham Castle, Canter- 
bury; 2nd, Constance Catharine, d. of 
Francis Jervoise Ellis Jervoise of Herriard 
Park, Basingstoke, and widow of Capt. 
George F. Marx, 68th Regt., of Arle-Bury. I 
Wimpole Hall, Royston, Herts. I 



Dunnington- 
Jefferson 

(C.CJ.) 



Bastard 

(J.W.H. <Sc C.CJ.) 



Toape mi. 

(W.B.M., W.B.M., 
& F.btJ.T.) 

Macalister 

(W.B., F.E.D.) 

Tayloe 

(T.H.a, C.T.P.) 

Yarde-Buller 

(J.W.H. <Sc C.CJ.) 



Smith 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) 



Mr. Montgomerie 
ma. 

(J.W.H.) 



Grenville-Mui ray 

(J.B.Y.) 



Daman mi. 

(F.E.D.) 



Hall 

(J.L.J.) 



Pochin 

(C.CJ.) 



Eyre ma, 

(Home, J.W.H.) 



Joseph John, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
Rev. J. D.-J., Vicar of Thomganby, and 
Canon of York ; 1866'-1864» ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; Class. Trip. 1868 ; called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, 1869 ; formerly 
Capt. and Hon. Maj. Yorks Hussars ; J.P., 
D.L., and C C for E. Riding of Yorks ; 
J.P. for W. Riding of Yorks ; to. Emma 
Sarah, d. of Thomas Butler Stoney of 
Portland Park, co. Tipperary. Thicket 
I*nory, York. 

John Algernon. Son of Capt P. B., 
Royal Horse (Ms., of Sharpham, Totnes ; 
1866'-1861»; formerly a Stockbroker in 
the City ; aft. Literary ; to. Olivia, d. of 
Gen. CUtremont, CB. 33 Wilton F}ace, 
S. W. 

Charles Ashley. Son of T. T. of St. 
Germains Place, Blackheath, Kent ; 1858'- 
1864* ; Eton xl 1863 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; 
in business in the City. 

John Henry. 1867"-1860* ; went from 
Eton to Westminster ; aft. a tea merchant 
in China. 

John Edward. 1867'-1869' ; went to 
live at Harrismith, Natal, S. Africa. 

John (2nd Lord Churston). Eld. son of 
Col. Hon, J. Y.-B., and grandson of John, 
1st Lord Churston ; 1866 '-1 863' ; formeriy 
Capt. Scots Gda., aft. Maj. Devon Art ; 
J.P. for Devon ; to. Hon. Barbara, d. of 
Adml. Sir Hastings Reginald Yelverton, 
G.C.B. Lupton House, Brixham, R.S.O., 
S. Devon. 

Capt. Corbet, J.P. Sdn of Capt 
W. C S. of Bitteswell HaU, Lutterworth ; 
1866»-1861' ; formerly Capt Ist Royal 
Dragoons and Hon. Major Leicesters Yeo. 
Cav. ; J.P. for co. Leicester ; m. Eva 
Charlotte, d. of Mark Seton Synnot of 
Ballymoyer, co. Armagh. Waleote Bouse, 
Lutterworth. 

Hon. Seton Montolieu. Of WooUey 
Lodge, Maidenhead ; 2nd son of Archibald 
William, 13th Earl of Eglinton and Winton, 
K.T. ; 1866"-1861' ; formeriy Lieut Scots 
Gds. ; m. Nina Janet d. of Lieut-Col. 
Thomas Peers Williams, of Temple House, 
Marlow ; died Nov. 26, 1883. 

Reginald Temple Strange Claire 
(aft Brinsley Richards); 1866»-1862» ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; Author of * Seven Years at 
Eton ' ; dead. 

Maj. William Charles. Son of 
Rev. C D. ; 1867»-1861" ; Trin. ColL Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; Maj. 22nd Regt. ; m. Alice Martha, 
d. of Rev. Richard de Havilland; died 
Sept 1886. 

Rev. Alleyne Hall. Son of A. H. H. 
of Watergate, Sussex ; 1867'-1863* ; Eton 
VIII. 1863 ; won Sculling 1862 ; Univ. Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Boxley, Maidstone, 
1870-3, St Mary's, Dover, 1873-6 ; Hector 

I of Cheriton, Folkestone, 1876-89, Chevening 
since 1889 ; m. C E., d. of F. H. Brockmau 

' of Kent Chevening Rectory, Sevenoaks. 

ASHBY. 2nd son of W. A. P. of Edmond- 
thorpe Hall, Oakham ; 1868'-1863* ; Eton 

I VIII. 1862-3 ; 0pp. Wall 1862 ; formerly 
Lieut in the Buffs ; m. Agnes Elizabeth, 

' d. of Shugburgh Asbby of Quenby Hall, co. 
Leicester ; killed by a fall while hunting. 

Henry Samuel. Son of Rev. H. a 
E. of St John's Wood, N.W. : 1866»-1862* ; 
St Mary Hall, Oxf. 3 Grosvenor Gardens, 
St. Leonards-on-Sea. 



1859.] 



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Preston 

(W.L.E.) 



Campbell 

(J.W.H., B.C. & C.C.J.) 



Eyre mi, 

(Home, E.D.S.) 



Yan de Weyer 

(J.W.H. & W.B.) 

Moore ma, 

(J.W.H. & W.L.E.) 



Mr. Grosvenor mi. 

(F.E.D.) 



Lovett 

(Mrs. v., F.E.D.) 



Heatli(X)te 

(Mrs. de R., E.B.) 



Ma in waring 

(F.E.D.) 



Shirley 

(C.W.) 



Rev. D'Arcy Harrington. Of The 
Point, Attleborough ; 1867»-1860' ; Trin. 
CJolLCamb. ; B.A. ; Garate of Warminster 
1868-70, WestmlU, Buntingford, 1870-1 ; 
m. Harriett, d. of Thomas Vlpan of Sutton, 
Isle of Ely ; died about 1895. 

Maj.-Gbn. Barrington Bulklby 
Douglas, C.B., M.V.O. 4th son of A. 0. 
of Blythswood House, Renfrew ; 1866"- 
I 1869' ; ent. Scots Ods. 1864 ; Gomm. 1st 
! Scots Ods. 1892-6 ; Gomm. Soots (Ms. and 
I S. London Bgde. 1896-9 ; Maj.-Oen. 1898 ; 
served in the Egyptian War 1882, inc. El 
, Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassassin and Tel- 
I el-Kebir (Med. with clasp, Khedive's Star) ; 
j Gomm. 16th Bgde. in S. Africa Jan. 1900- 
, July 1902 ; actions Orange River Golony, 
, inc. battle of Biddulphsberg and Prinsloe's 
I Surrender ; Gomm. Ficksberg, Brandwater, 
I Bethlehem Dist. (Queen's Med. 3 clasps, 
' King's Med. 2 clasps, despatches twice) ; 
I Lieut.-Gov. Gomm. troops, Guernsey and 
, dependencies, since 1903 ; J.P. for co. Ren- 
frew ; m. Mildred Gatherine, d. of Sir 
Joseph Henry Hawley, 3rd Bt. of Ley- 
bourne Grange, Maidstone. Saumarez 
Park, Guernsey, and 13 Manchester Sq., W. 

Walpole Edwin, J.P. Son of Rev. 
H. S. E. of St. John's Wood, N.W. ; 1855»- 
1862* ; J.P. for Essex ; m. Garoline, d. of 
Rev. Henry Grey Edwards. The Folly, High 
Garrett, BramCree, and 48 Uarley House, 
Devonshire Place, W . 

At BERT Sylvain Bates. 2nd son of 
' H.E.' J. S. V. de W., Belgian Min. at the 
Gourt of St James ; 1866»-1869» ; formerly 
Gapt. Gren. Gds. ; died Dec. 1874. 

GoL. Francis. Son of Gapt. F. M. of 
3 RusseU St., Bath; 1866'-1860» ; Gol. 
Royal Muiister Fusiliers (ret.) ; m. Gara, 
d. of T. M. Gummins. 20 Waterloo 
Crescent, Dover. 

Gapt. Hon. Norman de l'Aigle. 3rd 
sou of Rt. Hon. Robert, 1st Lord Ebury ; 
1868»-1869» ; formerly Gapt. Gren. Gds. ; 
M.P. for N. Gheshire 1869-74 ; Director of 
New River Ck)., and Sun Fire and Life 
Insurance Cki.s ; Managing Director of 
Sun Life Office for five years ; m. Garoline 
Susan Theodora, d. of Rt. Hon. James 
Stuart- Wortley, Q.C. ; died Nov. 21, 1898. 

WiLUAM. 2nd son of T. L. of Femhill, 
Oswestry ; 1857''-1869'' ; formerly Gapt. 3rd 
Bn. Salop Lt. Infty ; m. Alice Lilian, d. of 
Itev. A. T. Hickes. The Laurels, Taplow, 
Maidenhead. 

Robert Boothby. Of Friday Hill, 
Ghingford, Essex, and Marston Hall, 
Hinckley ; son of Rev. R. B. H., Rector of 
Ghingford; 1857'-1861»; Trin. Goll. Gamb. ; 
m. Jane Vere, d. of Rev. Sir Gaveiidish 
Henry Foster, 3rd Bt., Rector of Theydon 
Garnon, Essex : died Jan. 1893. 

Salusbury Kynaston. Of Oteley Park, 
Ellesmere, and Bromborough Hall, Ghester ; 
son of G. K. M. of Oteley and Bromborough ; 
1867»-1862' ; Gh. Gh. Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Salop ; m. Edith Sarah, d. of Sir 
Hiigli Williams, 3rd Bt., of Bodelwyddan, 
Hhuddlan, co. Flint ; died Aug. 22, 1896. 

Skwallis Evelyn. Of Ettiugton Park, 
Stratford - on - Avon, and Lough Fea, 
I CarrickmacroBS, co. Monaghan ; son of 
I E. P. S. of Ettington Park and Lough Fea ; 
1868»-1861" ; Gh. Gh. Oxf. ; M.P. for co. 
Monaghan 1868-80; Pres. of the Kennel 
Glub ; J.P. for co. Warwick ; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Monaghan, High Sheriff 1884; 
m. Emily Jane, d. of Gol. William 
Golquhoun Farquharson Macdonald of St. 
Martin's Abbey, co. Perth ; died March 7, 
1904. 



Littleton mi. 

(J.L.J.) 



Blisset 

(J.L.J.) 

Hyett 

(B.H. & F.E.D., F.E.D.) 



Bernard 

(Miss E., A.F.B.) 



Chapman 

(G.W.) 

Hai'vey 

(Miss £., E.D.S.) 



Elwes 

(F.E.D.) 



Tottenham 

(G.W.) 



Swann 

(F.E.D.) 

Unett 

(W.B.M.) 



Hon. Henry Stuart, J.P. 3rd son of 
Edward Richard, 3rd Lord Hatherton ; 
1868" -I860'; Gh. Gh. Oxf.; formerly 
Private Sec. to Ist Lord Rosmead at the 
Gape of Good Hope ; Gapt. Staffs Yeo. 
Gav. ; tn. Agnes Garoline, d. of Sir Michael 
Shaw-Stewart, 7th Bt. 16 Lennox Gardens, 
S.W. 

John Freeman. Sou of Rev. H. B. of 
Letton Ctourt, Hereford; 1858' -1863"; 
Shooting Team 1863 ; J.P. for co. Here- 
ford ; died num. April 21, 1880. 

Francis Adams, J.P. 4th son of W. H. H. 
of Paiuswick House ; 1868»-1861' ; Trin. 
Hall, Gamb. ; B.A. ; called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1872 ; Dep. Ghmn. of the 
Qr. Sessions and J.P. for co. Gloucester ; 
m. Ellen Maria, d. of Gharles Garpenter of 
Brighton. Painswick House, Painsuick, 
Stroud, Glos. 

Percy Brodrick, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
Hon. and Rt Rev. G. B. B., D.D., Bp. of 
Tuam ; 1868' - 1862' ; Oriel Goll. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; Private Sec. to Dukes of Abercom 
and Marlborough when Lords-Lieut, of 
Ireland ; M.P. for Bandon 1880 ; formerly 
Gapt. 3rd Bn. Royal Muuster Fusiliers; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Galway, High 
Sheriff 1884; m. 1st, Isabella Emma 
Beatrice, d. of John Newton Lane of 
King's Bromley Manor, Lichfield ; 2nd, 
Mary Lissey, d. of Denis Kirwan of Gastle 
Hacket. Castle Hacket, Tuam, and Col- 
legnes, Booterstottn, K.S.O., co. Dublin. 

WiLUAM Eden. Son of W. G. of 
Southill, Delvin, Gastlepollard, co. West- 
meath ; 1868»-1863« ; formeriy in the 16th 
Hussars ; died May 1870. 

Rev. Gharles Wigan. Son of Rev. 
W. W, H. of Buckland, Buntingford, and 
Ewelme, Wallingford ; 1868»-1861' ; Trin. 
Goll. Gamb. ; M.A. ; C!urate of Buckland, 
Herts, 1868-70, Standon, Ware, 1870-2, 
Ewelme, Wallmgford, 1872-9 ; Rector of 
Throcking, since 1879. Throcking Rectory, 
Buntingford, R.S.O., Herts. 

Henry John, F.R.S., J.P. Eld. son of 
J. H. E. of Golesbonie ; 1868'-1861» ; served 
five years in the Scots Gds. ; travelled in 
Turkey, Asia Minor, Tibet and in India 
four times ; in N. America and Mexico 
three times ; in Russia and Siberia three 
times ; has been Vice-Pres. of Royal Hort. 
Soc. and is Vic. Med. of the same ; 
Pres. of Entomological Soc. of Loudon ; 
Scientific Mem. of the Indian Embassy to 
Tibet in 1886 ; represented Gt. Britain 
ofllcially at Botanical and Hort. Gongresses 
at St. Petersburg and Amsterdam ; J.P. 
for CO. Gloucester ; m. Margaret Susan, d. 
of H. Lown<ies Stone of Brightwell, Wal- 
lingford. Colesborne Park, Cheltenham. 

Maj. Gharles Robert Worsley, J.P., 
D.L. Son of CJol. G. J. T. of Woodstock and 
PlAsBerwyn; 1868M863'; Gox Eton vin. 
1863; Gh. Gh. Oxf.; M.A. ; Gox Oxf. 
viii. 1864-« ; formerly Maj. 3rd Bn. Royal 
Welsh Fusiliers ; J.P. for co.s Denbigh 
and Wicklow, High Sheriff 1888 ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Merioneth ; m. Dorothea 
Anne, d. of Leonard Gomwall of Browns- 
town House, CO. Meath. Woodstock, 
Nevtown-Mount- Kennedy, Greystones, and 
Plds Bervyn, Llangollen. 

Thomas William. 1868''-1860'. 



George Gwinnett. Son of G. U. of 
Gastell Froma ; 1868--1860* ; Magd. Goll. 
Gamb. Castell Froma, Lillington, 

Leamington. 



80 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Neville 

(W.B., A.F.B.) 



Mr. Bertie mi, 

(Mi88G.,W.L.H.) 



Clarke 

(Mrs. D., W.L.H.) 

Boyd 

(C.W.) 



Butler mi, 

(C.W.) 



Wight 

(K.S., W.W.) 



Keppel 

(Mrs. de R., F.E.D.) 



Vivian 

(A.F.B.) 



Sutherliind 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Jelf 

(W.L.H.) 

Barnard Hankey 

(W.L.E.) 



Robert (aft. Neville Grenville), J.P., 
D.L. Eld. SOD of R. N. G. of Batleigh 
Court ; 1868M864' ; Magd. Coll. Camb. ; 
M. A. ; Capt. W. Somerset Yeo. Cav. 1878-85 ; 
J.P. and D.L. for Somerset, High Sheriflf 
1900 ; m. Gertrude Agues, d. of Rev. 
Fitzhardiug Berkeley Portman, Rector of 
Staple-Fitzpaine, Taunton. Butleigh Courts 
Glastonbury. 

Hon. and Rbv. Albkrig Edward. 3rd 
sou of Montagu, 6th Earl of Abingdon ; 
18»8'-1864" ; Cox Eton vni. 1864 ; Mertou 
CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; 2nd CI. Law and Hist. ; 
Curate of St. Paul's, Middlesborongh, 
1870-3. All Saints' 1873-8, Vicar 1878-9 ; 
Rector of Albury, Oxford, 1879-86, Stave- 
ley, Derbys, 1886-7, Gedling since 1887 ; 
m. Lady Caroline Elizabeth McDonnell, d. 
of Mark, 10th Earl of Antrim. Gedling 
Rectory^ Nottingham. 

FoRSTER Maters. 1868"-1862' ; for- 
merly in the 6th Dragoon Gds. 

RocHFORT Hamilton Rochfort- (aft. 
Boyd-Rochfort), J.P. Of Middleton Park, 
Castletown, co. Westmeath ; eld. son 
of G. A. B.-R, of Middleton Park ; 1868'- 
1863* ; formerly Capt. 15th Hussars and 
Maj. W. Kent Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. for co. West- 
meath, High Sheriff 1876 ; m. Florence 
Louisa, d. of Richard Hemming of Bentley 
Manor, and Foxlydiate, co. Worcester; 
died Jan. 11, 1891. 

Cecil. Of Milestown, Castlebelluigham, 
CO. Louth ; 4th son of Hon. C. L. B. of 
Coton House, Rugby: 1858»-1862* ; Bar- 
rister, Lincoln's Inn ; m. Alice, d. of Major- 
Gen. O'Brien Bellingham Woolsey, R.A. ; 
died Dec. 6, 1901. 

Rev. Alfred. Son of J. L. W. ; 1868'- 
1867" ; Coll. Wall 1866 ; New Coll. Oxf. ; 
M.A.; 2nd CI. Mods. 1869; 3rd CI. Lit. 
Hum. 1871; Curate of Andover 1873-7, 
Henfield, Sussex, 1878-80, St. Mary-le- 
Tower, Ipswich, 1882-3, Ludlow 1884-6, 
Newchurch, Isle of Wight, 1890-8 ; m, d. 
of John Lloyd of Broadgate, Ludlow. 
Iddedeigh^ Knyveton Road^ Bournemonth. 

LiBUT.-CoL. William He'nry Augustus. 
Of Lexham Hall, Swaffham ; 2nd son of 
Rev. W. A. W. K. of Lexliam Hall, Rector of 
Haynford, Norwich ; 1868='-1862' ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; Lieut.-Col. 2nd Bgde. E Div. R.A. ; 
m. Hon. Charlotte Elizabeth Eleanor 
Fraser, d. of Alexander, 17th Lord Saltomi ; 
died Oct. 31, 1889. 

LiEUT.-Coi.. Ralph. Son of G. V. of 
Claverton Manor, Bath ; 1858='-1862' ; eut. 
Scots Gds. 1864 ; served in the Egyptian 
Campaign 1882 (Med. with Clasp and 
Khedive's Star), ret. 1884 ; m. Susan Law- 
rence, d. of John Eudicott of Salem, Mass., 
U.S.A. Rood Ashton^ Trotcbridge; Delfur 
Lodge ^ Orton^ R.S.O.^ Morayshire^ and 16 
Grosvenw Sq.y W. 

Capt. Henry Boyd. Son of J. W. S. 
of Coombe, Croydon ; 1868''-1863'' ; Eton 
XI. 1861-3 ; formerly Capt. 4th Lancaster 
Regt. ; m. Hariette, d. of George Jenninsrs. 
Naval and Military Club, 94 IHccadilly, ~W. 

George Disney. Sou of G. J. of Blair- 
gowrie, N.B. ; 1868»-1861'' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; died 1876. 

John, J.P. Son of G. J. B. H. of Fetcham 
Park ; 1858»-1862» ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; 
M.A. ; J.P. for Surrey, High Sheriff 1879 ; 
m. Ist, Fanny Helen, d. of Frederick Pratt 
Barlow ; 2nd, Ellen Gertrude, d. of Rev. 
Sir Edward Graham Moon, 2nd Bt., of 
Portman Sq., W., Rector of Fetcham. 
Fetcham Park, Leatherhead. 



Lamb 

(J.W.H.) 



Sir E. Waller 

. (J.L.J.) 



Ploare min, 

(E.B., G.R.D. & E.W., 
E.B. & E.W.) 



Pierpoint 

(R.D.) 



Sumner 

(C.CJ.) 



Mr. Elliot 

(E.B., G.R.D., & E.W., 
E.B. & E.W.) 



Haydcm 

(E.H., C.CJ.) 



Wellesley 

(W.B.M. & O.B.) 



Sir Archibald, 3rd Bt., J.P., D.L. 
Eld. sou of C. J. S. M. L. and grandson of 
Sir C. M. L., 2nd Bt. ; 1867»-18«4» ; Eton 
viii. 1864, won doable Sculling 1862 ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; Maj. 2nd Life Gds. 1883-6, 
aft Maj. 14th Bn. Imp. Yeo. (2nd in com- 
mandX served in S. Africa 1900 ; J.P. and 
D.L. for Sussex ; Knt. of Justice of the 
order of St. John of Jerusalem ; m. Louisa 
Mary Caroline, d. of Sir Henry Thomas 
Estridge Durraut, 3rd Bt., and widow of 
John Richard Fenwick. Beauport, Battle, 
S.O., Sussex. 

Edmund Arthur, 6tli Bt. Of Newport, 
CO. Tipperary ; son of Sir E. W., 4th Bt, 
of Newport ; 1869'-1861' ; formerly Lieut 
84th Regt. ; m. 1st, Annie, d. of Geoi^ 
Parsons ; 2nd, Jessie Marion, d. of H. J. 
Purbrook of Brighton ; died Oct 22, 1888. 

Wiluam. 4th son of H. H. of Staple- 
hurst ; 1869*-1866" ; St John's Coll. Camb.; 
M.A. ; Class. Trip. ; Chmn. and Director 
Hoarc & Co.'s Brewery ; m. Laura, d. of 
Sir John Famaby Lennard, Ist Bt of 
Wickham Court, Beckenham. Iden 
Manor, Staplehurst, R.S.O., Kent, and 
The Brewery, Lower E. Smithfield, E. 

Robert, J.P., M.P. Son of B. P. of St 
Austin's ; 1869*-1864» ; Shooting xi. 1862-4, 
Capt 1864 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; caUed to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, 1873 ; joining the 
Northern Circuit; M.P. for Warrington 
since 1892 ; J.P. for Cheshire ; m. Marie 
Eugenie, widow of John Wills. St. Austin% 
Warrington, and Sa Bickenhall Mansions, 
Gloucester Place, W. 

Rev. Henry John Le Couteur. Eld. 
son of Rev. J. M. S., Rector of Buriton, 
Petersfleld ; 1869'-1864" ; Trin. HaUCamb.; 
M.A. ; Curate of Godstone, Surrey, 1869-71, 
Buriton, Petersfleld, 1871-6; Vicar of 
Yatelev, Haute, 1876-86 ; m. Rhoda Anna, 
d. of Rt Rev. John Sutton Utterton, D.D., 
Bishop of Guildford ; died April 1, 1886. 

Rt. Hon. Gilbert John (4th Earl 
of Minto), G.C.M.G. Eld- son of WUliam 
Hugh, 3rd Earl of M., K.T. ; I859"-1863' ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb.; B.A. ; LL.D. Hon. 
Toronto; Ensign, Scots Guards, 1867, 
ret 1870; served with Turkish Army 
1877 (Med.); in Afghan War, 1878-9 
(Me«i.) ; Private Sec. to Gen. Lord Roberts 
at the Cape 1881 ; Volunteer in Egyptian 
Campaign 1882 (Med.) ; MU. Sec. to Gov.- 
Gen. (Marquis of Lansdowne) of Canada 
1883-6 (Khedive's Star and 4th Class 
Medjidie) ; Chief of Staff in N.W. Canadian 
Rebellion 1886 ; Gk)v.-Gen. of Canada 1898- 
1904 ; J.P. for W. Riding of Yorks ; D.L. 
for CO. Selkirk ; m. Mary Caroline, d. of 
Gen. Hon. Charles Grey. MifUo House, 
Hattick, and 6 Audley Sg., S. W. 

Rev. Georc;b Phiup. Son of S. H. of 
Millmead, Guildford ; 1859''-1863'' ; Emm. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; Carate of Ecclesfield, 
Sheffield, 1869-70, Esher 1871, Kempston, 
Bedford, 1872-3; St Swithin, Liucohi, 
1874, Wotton, Bedford, 1876-6 ; Vicar of 
Hatfield, Doncaster, 1877-98. Westbere, 
Canterbury. 

Henry (3rd Duke of Wellington). 2nd 
son of Lord C. W. and nephew of Arthur 
Richard, 2nd Duke of W. ; 1869»-1863" ; 
Maj. and Lieut-Col. Gren. Gds. ; Hon. CoL 
Isle of Wight Art and 3rd and 4th Bns. 
Duke of WelUngton's W.R. Regt ; M.P. 
for Andover 1874-80 ; m. Evelyn Katrine 
Gwenfra, d. of Lieat-Col. Thomas Peers 
Williams of Temple House, Marlow ; died 
June 8, 1900. 



1859.] 



UPPEE SCHOOL— FOUETH FOEM. 



81 



Lord Settrington 

(A.P.BO 



Whatman 

(B.B. & B.W.) 



Mossop 

(J.W.H. & O.W.) 



Sandilands 

(B.H. A J.L.J., J.L J.) 



Ashmore 

(Q.F., B.D.) 

Coore mi, 

(W.W.) 



Scholfield mi. 

(W.A.O.) 



Luxmoore 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.E. A 
RD.) 



Sandbach 

(P.B.D,) 



Gwyther 

(Mrs. V. A p. St. J.T., 
p. St. J.T.) 



Oharlks Henby (7th Duke of Rich- 
mond), O.B., G.C.V.O. Eld. son of Charles 
Henry, 6th Duke of B. ; 186»»-1863" ; eut. 
Gren. Gds. 1865; Col. 3rd Royal Sassex 
Regt. : A.D.C. to Queen Victoria ; M.P. for 
W. Sussex 1869-86, S.W. Sussex 1885-8 ; 
served in S. Africa 1901-2 (despatches); 
A.D.C. to the King ; J.P. and D.L. for 
C0.8 Sassex and Banff ; m. 1st, Amy 
Mary, d. of Percy Ricardo of Bramley 
Park, Guildford ; 2nd, Isabel Sophie, d. of 
William George Craven. Goodwood^ 
CMcheater; Gordon Castle^ Fochaberiy 
R,&0.^ CO. Maray; Glenfiddich Lodge, 
Dufftown, R.S.O., co. Banff, and 54 Lotpndes 
Square, S.W, 

George Dunbar, J.P., D.L. Eld. son 
of W. G. W., banker, of 73 Lombard St., 
E.C.; 1859'-1863»; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; banker ; Director of Lloyd's Bank, 
Bank of British N. America, Liverpool, 
London and Globe Insurance Co. ; one of 
H.M.'s Lieuts. for City of London ; J.P. 
for Middlesex and London ; D.L. for City 
of London ; m. Prances, d. of George A. 
Fuller of The Rookery, Dorking. 2 Craidey 
Gardens, S. W, 

John Hbnrt. Son of Rev. J. M. of 
Hothfield Rectory. Ashford ; 1856*-1867', 
ent. again 1859'-1865' ; Eton viii. 1864-5 ; 
Capt. of the Boats 1865 ; 0pp. Wall and 
Pield XI.8 1864 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. 50 Charles 
Street, Berkeley Square, W, 

Jambs Waltbb (12th Lord Torphlchen). 
Eld. son of Hon. and Rev. J. S., Rector of 
Coston, Melton Mowbray, and nephew of 
Robert, 11th Lord T. ; 1859»-1864» ; served 
in 3rd and 2ud Bns. Rifle Bgde. 1865-81, 
ret. as Capt ; m. Ellen Frances, d. of 
Lieut-Gen. Charles Edward Park Gordon, 
O.B. (Mder House, Mid Colder, N.B. 

PiTzRoY Palby. 1859"-1864* ; Univ. 
CoU. Oxf. ; Barrister ; married ; died 1883. 



Rev. Alfred Thomas. Son of H. F. 
C. of Scruton Hall ; 1869"-1861» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M. A. ; Curate of Great Chart, 
Ashford, 1868-70, St Mary's, Brighton, 
1870-3, St James* Chap. Brighton 1873-9 ; 
Vicar of Builth 1879-90, Rural Dean 1884- 
90 ; Gov. and Chap, of Hosp. of Gilbert 
Earl of Shrewsbury for Sheffield 1890-1903 ; 
m. d. of Rev. C. Gray, Vicar of Godman- 
chester, Huntingdon. Scruton Hall, Bedale. 

William. Son of E. S. of Sandliall, 
Howden and Doncaster ; 1859'-1864' ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; died Nov. 22, 
1872. 

Edward. Son of Gen. T. C. L., R.E. ; 
1859''-1866' ; Newc. Select 1866 ; Tomline 
Select 1865 ; Sch. of Lincoln Coll. 0x1 : 
M.A. ; 2nd CL Mods. 1867 ; 3rd 01. Lit 
Hum. 1870 ; m. Jane, d. of Gnstavus George 
Logan. Fairholme, Weybridge, Surrey. 

Samuel Henry, J.P. Eld. son of S. S. 
of Handley, Chester ; 1859»-1864" ; Univ. 
CoU. Oxf. ; M.A. ; J.P. and C.A. for 
Cheshire ; J.P. for Salop ; m. Elizabeth, d. 
of Rev. Gilbert Sandbach of Woodlands, 
Aigbnrth, Liverpool, and Rector of Upper 
Sapey, Worcester. Cherry HUl, Malpas. 

Alfred. Son of E. G. of Edgbaston, 
Birmingham ; 1869"-1864* ; Cli. Ch. Oxf. ; 
B.A. ; 2nd CL Law and Mod. Hist 1868 ; 
Barrister (ret). 3 Albert St., S. W. 



Keyser 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.^ 



Thompson rna, 

(W.E., E.D.S.) 



Kennion 

(Mi8BE.,0.T.P.&H.S.) 



Russell 

(J.W.H. A E.H., P. St 
J.T. A J.T.W.) 



Saurin 

(W.W.) 



Gorst 

(W.L.E.) 

Dugdale 

(G.P. A W.B.M., 
W.B.M. A O.B.) 

Martyn mi. 

(Home, aft K.S.,C.T.P. 
A C.CJ.) 



Byass 

(C.CJ.) 



Palairet mi, 

(W.L.B.&C.(U.) 



Charles Edward, F.S.A., J.P., D.L. 
Son of C. K. of Warren House; 1856"-1866» ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb.; M.A. ; Class. Trip. 1870 ; 
J.P. for Herts ; J.P., D.L. and C.C. for 
Berks, High Sheriff 1898 ; m. Mary Emma, 
d. of Thomas Bagnall of Newberries, 
Herts. Aldermaston Court, near Reading, 
and Warren House, Stanmore. 

Sir Henry Mbysey Meysey-, 2ud Bt, 
J.P., D.L. Eld. son of Sir H. S. M.-T., 
Ist Bt of Kirby Hall ; 1858"-1864» ; won 
Hurdles 1863 ; Steeplechase 1864 ; Master 
of the Beagles 1864 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
B.A. ; M.P.forKnaresborough 1880 ; Brigg 
Div. of Lincsl886-6 and Handsworth Div. 
of Staffs since 1892 ; formerly Maj. Yorks 
Hussars ; J.P. and D.L. for N. and W. 
Ridings of Yorks ; m. Ethel Adeline, d. of 
Sir Henry Pottinger, 3rd Bt Kirby Hall, 
York. 

Rt. Rev. George Wyndham, D.D. 
Bp. of Bath and Wells ; son of G. K., M.D., 
F.R.C.P. of Harrogate ; 1857»-1864» ; Oriel 
Coll. Oxf. ; M.A., Hon. D.D. ; Domestic 
Chaplain to Bp. of Tuam 1869-70 ; Curate 
of Doncaster 1870-1 ; Vicar of St Paul's, 
HuU, 1873-6 ; Vicar of All Saints, Bradford, 
1876-82 ; Bp. of Adelaide 1882-94 ; Lecturer 
in Pastoral Theology, Univ. of Camb. 1900 
and Ramsden Preacher 1901 ; Bp. of Bath 
and Wells since 1894 ; m. Henrietta Dun- 
can, d. of Sir Charles Dalrymple Fergusson, 
6th Bt The Palace, Wells, Somerset. 

Harry Vane. Son of Capt R. R., R.N. 
Of Newton House, Bedale ; 1857'-1865" ; 
Tomline Select 1863, Prizeman 1864; 
Field XI. 1864 ; won School Fives 1864 ; 
the Russell Prize was founded in his 
memory ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Ensign Bedale 
Rifle Vol. ; died Nov. 27, 1865. 

Cor^ Morgan Jambs, J.P. Eld. son of M. 
A. S. of Orielton ; 1867«-1862» ; formerly 
Capt 6th Dragoon (Ms. ; aft. Lieut-Col. 
Comm. and Hon. CoL Pembroke Yeo. Cav.; 
J.P. for CO. Pembroke, High Sheriff 1883, 
and J.P. for Haverfordwest : m. Fanny 
Margaret, d. of William Tyrwhitt Walker 
of Twyford House, Winchester. Orielton, 
Pembroke. 

Robert Campbell. Son of E. 0. G. 
(aft Lowndes) ; of Preston ; 1858'-1859' ; 
formerly Lieut in the R.N. ; died unm. 

Sidney. 7th son of W. S. D. of Merevale 
Hall, Atherstone ; 1868»-1865« ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; B.A. ; died unm. Sept 29, 1899. 

John Waddon. Son of Rev. J. W. M. 
of Exeter ; 1866»-1866» ; CoU. Wall 1865 ; 
Principal Clerk in the Bd. of Trade ; m. 
Emily Charlotte, d. of Rev. A. W. Street, 
Principal of Bishop's College, Calcutta. 
58 Westminster Mansions, Little Smith St., 
S.W., and Board of Trade, Whitehall 
Gardens, S.W. 

Arthur. Son of R. B. B. of Nevill 
Court, Tunbridge Wells ; 1857»-1861» ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; Merchant ; m. Theresa, d. of S. 
Laing, M.P. Guilsborough Court, North- 
ampton, and 25 Jermyn St., S. W. 

Capt. Charles Harvey. Of Westhill, 
Ledbury ; 2nd son of Capt S. H. P. of The 
Grange, Bradford-on-Avon ; 1858'-1865» ; 
formerly Capt 9tii Lancers, aft Capt and 
Hon. Major, Gloucester:? Yeo. ; J.P. for 
00.8 Gloucester and Hereford ; m. 1st. 
Emily, d. of William Charles Henry of 
Haffleld, Ledbury ; 2nd, Nora Hamilton, 
d. of John Martin of the Upper Hall, 
Ledbury ; died Feb. 27, 1905. 

M 



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[1859. 



Northcote mi. 

(E.H., W.J.) I 



Lane-Fox 

(J.W.H. & P.K.D.) 

Wells 

(J.W.H. & W.L.H.) 



Wood mi, 

(P. v., W.J.) 



Hamond 

(J.W.H.) 

Faunce ma, 

(H.8.) 



Faunce mi, 

(H.S.) 

Tooth 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Corkran 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Rasch 

(B.D.8.) 



Hon. Sir Henry Stafford, 1st Bt. 
(1st Lord Northcote), G.B., G.O.I.E. 2nd 
son of Ht Hon. Stafford Henry, 1st Earl of 
Iddesleigh, of The Pines, Exeter; 1868"- 
1864' ; Merton Coll. Oxf . ; M.A. ; Clerk in 
the Foreign Office 1868-71 ; attached to 
the Marqais of Bipon's special mission to 
arrange the Alabama Treaty 1871 ; Sec. to 
the Comnm. onder the Treaty of Washing- 
ton 1871-3 ; Private Sec. to Lord Salisbury, 
Constantinople Embassy 1876-7, to Chanc. 
of Ezchqr. 1877-80 ; PinanciaJ Sec. to War 
Office 1885-6 ; Surveyor-Gen. of Ordnance 
1886-7: Charity Commnr. 1891-2; M,P. 
for Exeter 1880-99 ; Gov.-Gen. of Bombay 
1900-3 ; Gov.-Oen. of Australia since 1903 ; 
Prov. Master of Devonshire Freemasons 
since 1896 ; m. Alice, adopted d. of 1st 
Lord Mount Stephen. Qovemment House^ 
Melbourne f Victoria, Australia, 

Henrt. 3rd son of G. L.-F. of Brambam 
Park, York ; 1866»-1863' ; formerly in the 
R. H. Gds. ; died July 1876. 

William Howley. Son of Rev. F. B. 
W., Rector of Woodchorch, Kent ; 1866»- 
1864' ; in PubUc Works Dept., India 
1869-79; aft. Estate Agent to Earl of 
Ilchester ; m. d. of Dr. Ring, R.N. Ever- 
thot, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Hon. Frederick George Lindlet 
(aft. Meynell). 4th son of Rt. Hon. 
Charles, 1st Viscount HaUfax ; 1867»- 
1864«; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; Barrister- 
at-Law ; Private Sec. to Lord Privy Seal 
1870-4; m. Lady Mary Susan Felicle 
Lindsay, d. of Alexander William 
Crawford, 26th Earl of Crawford and 
Balcarres, Colinsburgb, co. Fife. Hoar 
Cross, Burton-on-Trent, and The Abbey, 
Abingdon. 

Graham Eden. Son of Commr. G. E. 
W. H., R.N. ; 1866»-1861' ; formerly in the 
7th Hussars ; died Oct. 30, 1872. 

Chapman Delaune (aft. Faunce- 
Delaune), J.P. Of Sharsted Court, Sitting- 
bourne ; eld. son of Capt. E. B. F. of 
Sharsted Court; 1867*-1869» ; St. Mary 
Hall, Oxf. : J.P. for Kent, High Sheriff 
1886 ; m. Anne, d. of George Stoddart of 
Ballendrick, N.B., H.M.'s Consul at 
Madeira ; died Nov. 10, 1892. 

Edmund Gladwin. 2nd son of Capt. 
E. B. F. of Sharsted Court, Sittingboume ; 
1867'-1863» ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; died April 
1868. 

Robert Lucas. Son of E. T. of Sydney, 
N. S. W. ; 1868»-1863»; Eton vm. 1863; 
formerly M.P. for N. S. Wales; Com- 
missioner for Canada, N. S. Wales Expdn. 
1879 (Med.). 1 Queen*s Gate, S. W. 

CoL. Charles Seymour. Son of 0. C. 
of Long Ditton, Thames Ditton, Surrey ; 
1869'-1864* ; Eton viii. 1863-4 ; Capt. of 
the Boats 1864 ; won Pulling and Sculling 
1863 ; Comm. 1st Bn. Gren. Gds. 1886-90 ; 
m. Florence Caroline, d. of Sir Charles 
Lennox Peel, G.C.B., Clerk to the Privy 
Council. Lowl Hill,Windsor Forest, and 
72 Prince's Gate, &W. 

Ma J. Sir Frederic Carnb, IstBt., M.P., 
J.P., D.L. Son of F. 0. R. of Woodhill ; 
i 1869'-1864» ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; 
served in the 6th Dragoon G^. 1867-77, and 
4th Essex Regt. 1877-94 ; M.P. for S.E. 
Essex 1886-1900, and Chelmsford Div. of 
Essex since 1900 ; J.P. and D.L. for Essex ; 
m. Katherine Anne, d. of Henry Lysons 
Griffinhoofe, of Arkesden, Newport, Essex. 
Woodhillt Danbury, Chelmtford. 



Nanney 

(O.CJ.) 



Mr. Lyttelton min, 

(W.E., W.J.) 



Micklem 

(F.V., F. St. J.T.) 



Lord F. Douglas 

(Miss E., A.F.B.) 



Lewis 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Eickaby 

(C.W.) 

Jenkyns min, 

(W.E.,E.B.&P.W.) 

Sartoris mi, 

(C.W.) 



Vardon 

(Mrs. de R.) 

Qreaves 

(T.H.S., C.W.) 



Willan 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Sir Huoh John Ellis-, 1st Bt., J.P., D.L. 
Eld. son of O. J. F.-N., H.E.I.C.S., of Gwyn- 
fryn and Cefndeuddwr ; 1869'-1861» ; Oriel 
Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L. for co. Carnarvon, 
High Sheriff 1870 ; J.P. for co. Merioneth, 
High Sheriff 1877 ; m. Hon. EUzabeth 
Octavia Dillon, d. of Robert, 3rd Lord 
Clonbrock. Gwjmfryn, Criecieth, R.S.O., 
CO. Camarvon,and C^ndeuddwr, Merioneth. 

Hon. George Wiluam Spencer, C.B., 
F.R.G.S. 4th son of Rt. Hon. George 
William, 4th Lord Lyttelton, 1869'-1866» ; 
Eton XI. 1863-6, Capt. 1866 ; won Fives 
1866 ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; B.A. ; Camb. XL 
1866-7 ; Assist. Private Sec. to Hon. W. E. 
Gladstone 1871-4 and 1882-6; Principal 
Private Sec. 1892-4 ; Assist. Private Sec. 
to Earl Granville 1880-2 ; Mem. of the 
Executive Committee of the Royal ColL 
of Music ; J.P. for co. Worcester, ffagley 
Hall, Stourbridge, and 49 Htil St., W. 

Leonard. Son of N. M. of Rosehill, 
Henley-on-Thames : 1869*-1866' ; Eton XL 
1866 ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; m. Ist, 
Dora, d. of T. M. Weguelin ; 2nd,Nannette, 
d. of C. R. Fenwick. Norrysbury, New 
Barnet. 

Lord Francis William Bouverie. 
2nd son of Archibald William, 7th Marquis 
of Queensbury ; 1869'-1860> ; killed by a 
fall over a precipice in descending the 
Matterhom, Switzerland, July 14, 1866. 

Sir Herbert Edmund Franki.and, 4th 
Bt, J.P., D.L. 2nd son of Rev. Sir G. F. L., 
3rd Bt, of Harpton Court, Canon of Wor- 
cester and Rector of Monnington-on-Wye, 
CO. Hereford ; 1869'-1863» ; Oh. Oh. Oxf. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Radnor, High Sheriff 
1886; J.P. for co. Hereford; m. Maria Louisa, 
d. of James Arthur Taylor of Strensham 
Court, Tewkesbury, and widow of CoL 
Geoi^e Frederick Dallas. Harpton Court, 
Ktngton, co. Hereford. 

John. Son of J. R. of Bridlington Quay, 
Yorks; 1869»-1862» ; B. N. 0. Oxf.; m. 
Catharine, d. of W. Towler. Gristhorpe 
Hall, Filey, R.&0., Forks. 

Arthur. Son of Rev. H. J., D.D., 
Canon of Durham ; 1869'-1863" ; Wore. 
Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. I Land Agent. Coledoum, 
Botley, Hants. 

Herbert. Of Weekley, Kettering and 
Rushden Hall,Higham Ferrers, Northiants; 
2nd son of F. U. S. of Rushden Hall ; 1869' 
-1861*; Civil Engineer ; J.P. for Northants; 
m. Caroline Mary, d. of Harry Thornton 
of Kempston Grange, Bedford ; died Aug. 
30, 1900. 

Frederick Georob. 1869^-1861* ; for- 
merly in the 87th Regt. 

Georor Richard. Of Western House, 
Winslow ; son of H. G. G. of Elmsall Lodge, 
Yorks ; 1869»-1863' ; won Hurdles 1862 ; 
J.P. for Bucks ; m. Ellen Mary, d. of 
Thomas Newham, M.D., of Winslow ; died 
Feb. 26, 1899. 

Lieut.-Ool. Frank, J.P. Son of J. J. W. ' 
of Thames Bank, Whitchurch, Blandford ; 
1869»-1864» ; Eton vili. 1863-4 ; Eton 
Shooting Team 1863 ; Exeter Coll. 0x1 ; 
Oxf. vm. 1866-9 ; Pres. O. U. B. C. ; 
Lieut-Col. 4th Oxfs. Light Infty. ; J.P. 
and C. A. for Hants ; m. Louisa Marguerite 
Anne, d. of Capt. Charles Robert George 
Douglas, of the 32nd Bengal Light Infty. 
ThomhUl Park, BUteme, Southampton, 



I 



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UPPEE SCHOOL— FOIJETH EOEM. 



83 



Pemberton 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Lindsay ma, 

(F.V. & J.E.Y., W.J. 
& J.E.Y.) 



Tatton 

(F.B.D.) 



Knox 

(W.L,H.) 



Monckton mi, 

(J.E.Y.) 



Frederick mi, 

(T.H.S., F.B.D.) 



Drummond 

(W.E., F.E.D.) 



Jackson 

(W.W.) 



Allen mi, 

(J.W.H. <fe R.D.) 



Hopwood mi, 

(J.W.H., E.B. & 
W.A.O.) 



Francis Alexander Richard. Son of 
C. R. P. of Newton, Cambridge; 1869»- 
1862* ; formerly Lieut. Cambridge Mil. : 
J.P. and D.L. for oo. Cambridge ; m. 1st, 
Miss Strachey ; 2nd, an American ; died 
in Florida. 

William Alexander, P.a A., K.C., J.P., 
D.L. Eld. son of Hon. C. L. of Deer Park ; 
1869»-1862'; Trin.Coll.Camb.; M.A.; Mem. 
of » Lloyd's ' 1867; Barrister, Middle Temple, 
1873 ; Q.C. 1897 ; Royal Commr. to inquire 
into corrupt practices 1880 ; Fellow of the 
Soc. of Antiquaries and of the Royal Hor- 
ticultural Soc. ; Peerage Counsel ; Port- 
cullis Pursuivant of Arms 1882-94 ; 
Windsor Herald since 1894; J.P. and 
D.L. for Devon ; m. Lady Harriet Gtordon, 
d.:Of George, 6th Earl of Aberdeen. Deer 
Park, HonUon; 17 Cromwell Rd., S.W.; 
Ooldsmith Bldg., Temple, E.C., and College 
of Armt, B.C. 

Thomas Egerton, J.P. Eld. son of T. W. 
T. of Wythenshawe ; 1869»-1864' ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; formerly Lieut. Earl of Chester's 
Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. and CO. for Cheshire ; m. 
Essex Mary, d. of Col. Hon. Thomas Gren- 
ville Cholmondeley of Abbot's Moss, 
Cheshire. Wpthenshatte, Northenden, 
Cheshire. 

Maj.-Gbn. Sir Charles Edmond, 
K.C.B. Son of the Most Rev. R. E., Archbp. 
of Armagh ; 1868'-1861" ; ent the Army 
1866, Col. 1889 ; served in Bechuanaland 
Expdn. 1884r-6 (Brevet of Lieut.-Col.) ; 
Comm. Regt. District, Bodmin 1896-9; 
served in S. Africa, Comm. 13th Bgde. 
1899-1902 (despatches twice, K.C.B., and 
promoted Maj.-Gkn.) ; Comm. 4th Div. 2nd 
Army Corps since 1902. Tidwoi'th House, 
Andover. 

Arthur, J.P. 2nd sou of Gen. H. M. of 
Stretton Hall, Stafford, and Somerford 
Hall, Brewood, Stafford ; 1869»-1863» ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; J.P. for co. Worcester ; 
m. Lady Gertrude Bouverie, d. of Jacob, 
4th Earl of Radnor. Hilton, Bridgnorth. 

Capt. John St. John. 2nd son of Gen. 
E. P.,C.B.,of Shawford House, Winchester; 
1869M863'' ; Eton xl 1861-3 ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; B.A. ; Oxf. xi. 1864 and 67 ; 
Capt. InnisMlling Dragoon*) (ret.) ; m. 
Mary Theresa Caroline Alice, Baroness 
Von Donop, d. of Baron de Renter. Junr. 
Carlton Club, 30 Pall A/all, S.W. 

Francis Colebrooke (aft. Beresford- 
Drummond). 3rd son of Hon. Sir E. D., 
K.C.LE., Lieut.-Gov. N. W. Provinces of 
India; 1869»-1864»; 16th Lancers, 7th 
Dragoon Gds.and Dorset Militia (ret.) ; m. 
Marcia Mary Ann Harriet Wilhelmina, d. 
of Sir George De la Poer Beresford, 2nd Bt. 
Ballachulish House, BaXlachulish, R.S.O., 
Argyllshire. 

James, D.L. Son of J. J. of Toorak, 
Victoria, Australia; 1858»-1864'' ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.A. ; D.L. for Essex ; m. 
Grace, d. of B. Blaine, Resident Magistrate, 
Natal. Homemead, Ueacham, King's Lynn, 
and 42 Camden House Court, Kensington, 
W. 

Jeffkry Juluan, J.P. 2nd son of C. A. 
of Tenby ; 1868'-1863" ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
Government Indian Telegraph Dept. 
(ret.) ; J.P. for Tenby ; m. Anne AT argaret, 
d. of James Bowles Summers of Rose 
Moor, CO. Pembroke. Croft Lodge, Tenby. 

Charles Augustus, C.B. Son of Rev. 
Canon H. of Winwick, Newton-le- Willows ; 
1868*-1864» ; B. N. C. Oxf. ; B.A. ; ent. 
Foreign Office 1872 ; Assist. Clerk 1894 ; 
Senr. Clerk 1899 ; m. Georgie P. L., d. of 
George Lear Curtis. 18 Beaufort Gdns., 
S.W, 



Wyndham 

(J.W.H. & W.A.C.) 



Douglas 

(J.W.H.) 

Stanley 

(J.W.H. & W.A.C.) 



Tumor ma, 

(W.B.M., W.B.M. & 
O.B.) 



Wyatt-Edgell ma, 

(E.H., P. St. J.T.) 



Bonham 

(W.A.C. & F.W.C.) 



Mr. Willoughby mi. 

(A.F.B.) 



McKerrell 

(J.L.J.) 



Boyle ma, 

(E.B., G.R.D. & E.W.) 



White 

(E.H., C.CJ.) 

Edmonstone 

(J.W.H. <fe J.L.J.) 



LiEUT.-CoL. Charles John, J.P. Young- 
est son of Col. C. W. of Rogate Lodge, 
Sussex ; 1867'-1862' ; R. M.Ck>ll. Sandhurst ; 
joined 83rd 1st Royal Irish Rifles 1866 ; 
served in Afghan War 1878, with Natal 
Field Force, Boer War, 1881 ; Comm. 86th 
2nd Royal Irish Rifles in Nile Expedn. 
1889 ; ret. as Lieut.-Ck>l. 1893 ; J.P. for 
Sussex ; m. Laura Sophia, d. of Hon. and 
Rev. Alfred Wodehouse, Rector of Litcham, 
Swaffham. Heathfield Lodge, Midhurst. 

Neil Douglas Cecil Frederick. Eld. 
son of (Jen. Sir J. D., Q.C.B. ; 1867»-1860» ; 
formerly Capt. Scots (Ms. 

Douglas James George. 2nd son of 
Col. Hon. C. J. F. S. of Halecote, Wither- 
slack, Grange-over-Sands, Lanes; 1866'- 
1862* ; Lieut Royal Art ; died unm. July 
10, 1877. 

Algernon, C.B., J.P. 4th son of C. T. of 
Stoke Rochford, Grantham ; 1868»-1864» ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.A. ; ent the Treasury 
1867 ; appointed Private Sec. to the Per- 
manent Sec. 1874: Private Sec. to the 
Prime Min., Earl of Beaconsfield, 1874-«0; 
attached to the Special Embassy at Con- 
gress of Berlin 1878 ; Fin. Sec. of H.M.'s 
Post Office 1880-96 ; J.P. for co. Lincoln ; 
m. Lady Henrietta Caroline Stewart, d. of 
Randolph, 9th Earl of Galloway. Ooadby 
Hall; Melton Mowbray. 

Hon. Edmund Vkrney. Of Stanford 
Hall, CO. Leicester ; eld. son of Rev. E. W.- 
E., Rector of North Cray, Kent, and Henri- 
etta, Baroness Braye ; 1868»-1862» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; Capt 17th Lancers ; killed at battle 
of Ulundi, Zululand, July 4, 1879. 

Sir George Francis, 2nd Bt Son of 
Sir S. G. B., Ist Bt, K.C.B., Gov. of 
Hong Kong ; 1868»-1864» ; Exeter Coll. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; joined Diplomatic Service 
1869; Attache at St Petersburg 1870, 
Vienna 1872; 3rd Sec. at Vienna 1873, 
Rome 1876 ; 2nd Sec. at Lisbon 1876, 
Madrid 1878, Paris 1884 ; 1st Sec. at Lisbon 
1886, The Hague 1890 ; Sec. of Embassy at 
Madrid 1893-7, Rome 1897-1900; Envoy 
Extraordinary and Min. Plenipotentiary 
at Belgrade since 1900; m. Louisa, d. of 
Rt Hon. Sir Andrew Buchanan, 1st Bt, 
G.C.B. BrUUh Legation, Belgrade, and 
Knowle Park, Cranleigh, Guiidford. 

Capt. Hon. Godfrey Ernest Percival, 
J.P. 2nd son of Henry, 8th Lord Middleton ; 
1858»-1860' ; formerly in the Royal Navy, 
aft. Capt. 9th Lancers ; J.P. for E. Riding 
of Yorks ; m. Ida Eleonora Constance, d. 
of George W. H. Ross of Cromarty, N.B. 
The Green, Brompton, R.S.O., Yorks. 

Col. Robert Mure, V.D., J.P. Of 
Hillhouse, Dundonald, co. Ayr ; eld. son of 
R. McK. ; 1869'-1863» ; Prince Consort's 
German Prize 1862 ; Eton Shooting Team 
1862-3 ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Col. Comm. Ist 
VoLBn. Royal Scois Fusiliers, King's Body- 
guard for Scotland ; a Prison Commr. for 
Scotland since 1898 ; J.P. for co. Ayr ; m. 
Lucinda Margaret, d. of James Winter 
Brittain of QifTord's Hall, Stoke-by-Nay- 
land, Colchester. Holland House, Murray - 
field, R.8.O., Midlothian. 

Capt. Edmund Robarts. Eld. son of 
Col. Hon. R. E. B. of the Coldstream Gds. ; 
1858»-1864» ; Capt Coldstream Gds. (ret) ; 
a Page of Honour to Queen Victoria. 
Cadnam, Southampton. 

Robert. Son of J. W. of Upton Park, 
Slough ; 1868»-1860». 

George Frederick. Eld. son of Sir G. 
F. B., K.C.B., Lieut-Gov. of N. W. Pro- 
vinces of India ; 1866»-1864» ; died 1876. 



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Mr. Fitzwilliam 

(J.L.J.) 



Garden 

(B.H., J.W.H. & W.J.) 

Todd 

(W.A.C.) 

Trelawny 

(T.H.S. & W.B.M., 
W.B.M.) 



Tufnell ma, 

(J.W.H. & O.C.J.) 



Holbech nn, 

(T.H.S., G.B,D. & 
F.E.D.) 



Edwards 

(J.W.H. & W.W.) 

Oswald 

(F.V.) 

Gordon Gyll 

(W.L.E.) 



Earl of Tyrone 

(Mrs. v., P.B.D.) 



HoUingworth 

(J.W.H. & W.L.B.) 



Hobson 

(J.L.J.) 



Hon. Wiiliam Thomas Wentworth-. 
Of Milton, Peterborough ; 3rd eon of 
William Thomas Spencer, 6th Earl 
Fitzwilliam, K.G. ; 1868M863' ; Trin. Ck)U. 
Camb. ; B.A. ; formerly in the 10th Hus- 
sars, aft. entd. R. H. Guards, and later in 
the Yorks Dragoons ; m. Jessie Gordon 
Elgiva Mary, d. of Hamilton Kinglake, 
M.D., of Wilton House, Taunton; died 
March 23, 1896. 

Francis Anthony. 1868»-1863»; for- 
merly in the 32nd Lt Infty. 

James Hknthorn. Son of Dr. T., P.R.S., 
1867'-1863* ; Bombay Civil Service ; Col- 
lector of Thana 1891 ; dead. 

Sir Wiluam Lewis bALUSBURT, 
10th Bt, J.P., D.L. Sou of Sir J. S. 6. T., 
9th Bt. of Trelawne ; 1867"-1861» ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; formerly Capt. 3rd Bn. 
Duke of Cornwall's Lt Infty. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Cornwall; m. 1st, Jessy 
Rose Mary, d. of Sir John Murray of 
Philiphaugh, co. Selkirk; 2nd, Harriet 
Buller, d. of Bev. James Buller Eitson, 
Yicar of Morval, Sandplaoe, Cornwall. 
Trelawne^ Duloe^ R,S.O.y Cornwall^ and 
18 Bramham Gdm.^ S. W, 

Commander Carlbion, R.N. Of Dol- 
lar's Hous>e, Hurlford, co. Ayr ; eld. son of 
E. C. T. ; Poor Law Gommnr. of 26 Lowndes 
Sq., S.W.; 1866M860*; Commr. B,N. ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Ayr; m. Charlotte 
Henrietta, d. of Hon. Bouverie Francis 
Primrose, O.B., of 22 Moray Place, Edin- 
burgh ; died Jan. 10, 1893. 

Capt. Edward Ambrose, R.N. 2nd son 
of the Ven. C. W. H. of Famboroogh 
Hall, Banbury, Archdn. of Coventry ; 1867* 
-1869' ; Capt. R.N. (ret. 1896) ; m. Mary 
Louisa, d. of Maj. Francis Gresley, E.I.C.S. 
PUm Warren, Ellesmere, 

Francis Vivian. 1866»-1863* ; travelled 
and died abroad 1879. 

James. Only son of A. 0. of Auch- 
incruive, Ayr ; 1867*-1866" ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
died Dec. 17, 1866. 

Capt. Edward. 2nd son of Q. W. J. G. 
of Bemenham House, Wraysbury, Staines ; 
1868*-1860* ; formerly Capt Ist Royal 
Scots Regt ; m. Fanny Annette, d. of 
W. Case Fowler of Beckeuham and widow 
G. A. Caulfeild. 24 FUzOeorge Avenue, W. 
Kensington, W. 

(Beresford on entering.) Rt. Hon. 
John Henrt De la Poer (5th Marquis of 
Waterford), K.P. Eld. son of Rev. John 
De la Poer, 4th Marquis of W. ; 1867»- 
1860"; formerly M.P. for co. Waterford 
and Capt 1st Life Gds., aft Hon. Col. 6th 
Bgde. S. Irish Div. R. Art ; Master of the 
Buck Hounds 1885-6 ; Lord-Lieut for co. 
Waterford ; m. 1st, Florence Grosvenor, 
d. of Maj. George Rowley ; 2nd, Lady 
Blanche Elizabeth Adelaide Somerset, 
d. of Rt Hon. Henry Charles FitzRoy, 
8th Duke of Beaufort, K.G. ; died Oct 23, 
1895. 

Reginald. Son of D. H. of HoUingworth 
Hall, Cheshire ; ISSS'-lSeO* ; formerly 
Lieut 6th and 77th Regts. ; m. Elizabeth 
Ann, d. of Samuel Shute of Fern Hill, Isle 
of Wight The Glen, Qumard, Coiees, Isle 
of Wtght. 

Frederick George. Son of G. H. of 
Julian's Park, Baldock, Herts; 1867'-1860'; 
Partner in Reid &, Co., Brewers ; m. Marea, 
d. of John Gully of Maxwell Lodge, Hants ; 
died Dec. 1899. 



Chapman mi, 

(Miss E., H.S.) 



Farrer 

(Home, W.UB. & 
C.CJ.) 



Conroy 

(O.B.) 



West 

(W.L.B. & H.S.) 



NeviUe-KoJfe 

(Mrs. D., W.B.M. & 
J.B.Y.) 



Carter mi. 

(W.B., E.D.S.) 



M(X)re mi, 

(C.W.) 



Marquis of Lome 

(J.L.J.) 



Hilltar David, J.P. 3rd sou of W. R. C. 
of Arundel House, Tunbridge Wells and 
Whitby ; 1867»-1863» ; Ch. Ch. Orf. ; for- 
merly Maj. Salop Yeo. Cav.; J.P. for Salop ; 
m. Ist Bthel Georgina Mary, d. of Sir 
Francis Dngdale Astley, 2Dd Bt of Everley, 
Marlborough; 2nd, Alfreda Lucy, d. of 
Alfred Darby of Stanley Hall, Salop. 
KUhendre, Ellesmere, 



Unplaced. 

Wiluam Charles Love. Of Brayfleld 
House, Newport Pagnell ; son of W. F. P. 
of Brayfleld ; 1869»-1863» ; Ch. Ch. Orf. ; 
formerly in the 6th Dragoon Gds. ; J.P. 
and D.L. for Backs ; died unm. Feb. 2, 1879. 

Sir John, F.R.S., 3rd and last Bt 
Of Llanbrynmair, Montgomery ; son of 
Sir B. C, 2ud Bt ; 1869M863* ; Ch. Ch. 
0x1 ; M.A. ; 1st CL Nat Science 1868 ; 
Fellow and Bedford Lecturer of BalL Coll. 
Oxf. ; J.P. for Berks and co. Montgomery : 
died unm. at Rome Dec. 15, 1900. 

Jambs Roberts, J.P., D.L. Eld. son of 
J. R, W. of Alscot Park ; 1869'-1864* ; 
formerly Lieut Royal Naval Reserve ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Gloucester, High Sheriff 
1890; m. Louisa, d. of William Charles 
Alston of Elmdon Hall, co. Warwick. 
Alscot Park, Stratford-on-Avon, 



' Eustace, M.V.O. 2nd son of C. F. 

I N.-R. of Heacham Hall ; 1859^-1862*; Trin. 
C!oll. Camb. ; B.A. ; H.M.'s Ck>nsal-C^. 
at Naples ; m. Emily Auber Frances, d. of 
Robert Thomhill. Heacham Hail, King's 
Lynn, and British Consulate - General, 
Naples. 

Henrt Richard. Son of Rev. W. A. 
C, Fellow and Bursar of Eton; 1859*- 
1861* ; married and living In Melbourne, 
Australia. 

Rev. Charles Thomas. Son of G. M. 

of Appleby Hall, Atherstone ; 1859*-1864* ; 

Trin. HaU, Camb. ; M.A ; Curate of 

Elmbridge, Droitwich, 1873-6 ; Yicar of 
; Breedon-on-the-Hill, Ashby-de-Ia-Zouch, 

1876-7 ; Rector of Appleby since 1877 ; 
' m. Mabel Charlotte, d. of Hon. and Rev. 
I Augustus Byron of Kirkby Mallory, 
I Hinckley. Appleby Rectory, Atherstone. 



I Rt. Hon. John Douglas Sutherland 
(9th Duke of Argyll), K.T., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.V.O., LL,D., D.Sc., D.L. Eld. son of 
Rt Hon. George Douglas, 8th Doke of A., 
K.G. ; 1869»-1862» ; Trin. Ck)ll. Camb. ; MP. 
for 00. Argyll 186S-78, and for S. Man- 
; Chester 1895-1900 ; Priv. Sec. to Duke of 
, Argyll (India Office) 1869-71 ; Gtov.-Gen. of 
Canada 1878-83 ; Hereditary Master of 
I the King's Household in Scotland, and 
Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland ; AdmL 
I of the Western Isles; Keeper of Dujioon 
I Castle and of Dunstaffnage and Carrick ; 
one of H.M.'s State CTonucillors for Scot- 
land; Lord-Lieut and Hereditary Sheriff 
' of CO. Argyll ; D.L. for co. Dumbarton ; 
I Hon. Col. 5th YoL Bn. Highland Lt Infty., 
I London Scottish, 6th Bn. Lanes. Fusiliers, 
Canada Lt Infty., and Arygll and Bute 
Art. Yol. ; Gov. and Constable of Windsor 
I Castle sihce 1892; m. H.R.H. Princess 
I Louise, d. of H.M. Queen Yiotoria. Ken- 
I sington Palace, W., and Roseneath, N.B, 






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85 



Lord E. C. 
Leveson-Gower 

(Home, J.L.J.) 



Ford 

(F.St.J.T.) 

Cockburn 

(Mrs. D., J.B.Y.) 



Rt. Hon. Ronald Charles (aft. Sather- 
laud-Gower). 4th son of George Granville, 
SndDukeof Sutherland, K.G.; 1869M861'; 
Trin. Ck)U. Camb. ; M.F. for Sutherland 
1867-74 : a Trustee of the Nat. Portrait 
Gallery and of the Birthplace and Shake- 
speare Memorial Bldg. at Stratiord-on- 
Avmi ; Sculptor, Literatnre and Art. 
Hammerfieldy Pemhurst^ Tonbridge. 

WiLUAM WiLBRAHAM. Of Bromley, 
Kent ; 1869M864*; 0. 0. 0. Oxf. ; Barrister, 
Lincoln's Inn. 

Alexander. Son of Chief Justice C. ; 
ISfrS'-lSSd' ; formerly in the 2nd Life Gds. 



LOWER SCHOOL. 

THIED FOEM— Upper Greek. 



Goldie 

(aft. K.S.) 



Walter min, 

(J.W.H., G.F. & E.W., 
J.W.H.,B.B.&E.W.) 



Eodger 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) 



Donkin mi, 

(Home, C.CJ.) 



Benson 

(J.W.H. & W.B.M., 
W.B.M., B.W. & 
O.B.) 



Brown 

(Mrs. de R., C.CJ.) 

Best 

(P.KD.) 



John Haviland Dashwood. Son of 
Rev. C. D. G. of St. Ives, Huntingdon ; 1869' 
-1868' ; Eton viii. 1868 ; Opp. and Mixed 
Wall 1866-7 ; Keeper of Mixed WaU 1867 ; 
St. John's Coll. Camb. ; B.A. ; Stroke of 
Camb. yni. 1869-72 ; won Colquhouns at 
Camb. 1870 ; Stroke of Leander crew at 
Henley 1876 ; Barrister ; m. Grace, d. of 
Christian Watson, H.E.LC.S. ; died of 
blood-poisoning April 12, 1896. 

Maj. Frederick Edward. 3rd son of 
J. W. of Bearwood, Wokingham ; 1868"- 
1863' : R. M. Academy, Woolwich ; Maj. 
R.A. (ret.); Comm. Corps of Commis- 
sionaires ; m. 1st, Mary Grace, d. of Col. 
H. B. Urmston : 2nd, Catherine, d. of Sui^.- 
Maj. J. McC. Macdonald. Elleitnere^ 
Twickenham Farky Tieickenham. 

William Wallace (aft. Rodger-Con- 
liffe). Of Hadlow Castle, Tonbridge ; eld. 
son of R. R. of Hadlow CasUe; 1868'- 
1866' ; Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister, 
Middle Temple; m. 2nd, Jeanne Marie 
Clementine Wilhelmine Louise Felicie, 
d. of M. Aloys Joseph Bernard Schmedding 
of Brussels ; died Oct. 23, 1888. 

Arthur Edward. Son of W. F. D., 
Professor of Astronomy, Oxford; 1869'- 
1862' ; Sch. of Univ. ColL Oxf. ; 1st CI. 
Math. Mods. 1867 ; Fellow of Exeter Coll. 
Oxf. 1869 ; Master in Rngby School ; m. 
Mary Florence, d. of Bridges Taylor of 
Elsinore, Denmark. Rugby School^ Rugby. 

William Denman. Son of Gen. H. R. B., 
C.B. ; 1869"-1867» ; Eton viii. 1866-7 ; 
Capt. of the Boats 1867 ; Opp. WaU 1866-6 ; 
Keeper of Mixed Wall 1866 ; Field xi. 
1866 ; Eton Shooting Team 1866-7 ; Ball. 
Coll. Oxf.; 3rd in Greats; Oxf. viii. 
1868-9 ; Pres. O.U.B.C. ; Pres. Oxford 
Etonian Clnb ; Barrister-at-Law ; m. Jane, 
d of Thomas Penrice. 66 Courtfield Gds., 
S. Kensington^ ATT., and 3 King^s Bench 
Walk, Temple, E.G. 

CBARLE.S AoNEW. Son of T. B. ; 1869'- 
1862' ; m. Rosina, d. of James Macaulay. 
Redcott, Ifewick, Lewes. 

Marmaduke Head, J.P. Son of H. P. B. 
of Donnington Grove ; 1867'-1864' ; Ch.Ch. 
Oxt ; J.P. for Berks ; m. Mary Leigh, 
d. of Rev. Henry Leigh Bennett of Thorpe 
Place, Surrey. Donnington Grove, Newbury. 



Lubbock min. 

(Miss G., J.L-r.) 



Saunders 

(T.H.S., G.R.D.) 



Thompson mi, 

(W.B.,G.R.D.&E.D.S.) 



Carter 

(Mrs. v., F.St.J.T.) 



Elwes 

(W.E., F.St.J.T.) 

GUbert East 

(CCJ.) 



Barnett 

(J.W.H.,E.B.&E.W.) 



Lee 

(J.L.J.) 



Longfield mi, 

(J.L.J.) 



Gaskell 

(W.A.C.) 



Gibbs 

(W.W.) 



Edoar, LL.B., D.L. 8th sou of 
Sir J. W. L,, 3rd Bt., of High Elms, 
Famborongh, Kent ; 1867'-1866' ; Eton xi. 
1864-6, Capt 1866 ; Opp. Wall 1863-6 ; 
Mixed Wall 1863-6, Keeper 1864r-6 ; Field 
XL 1863-6 ; Won School Fives 1862, 1866 
and 1866 ; Keeper of Upper Club 1866 ; 
Pres. Eton. Soc. 1866 ; London Univ. ; 
LL.B.; Brewer and Banker; Director of 
the Bank of England ; M.F.H. ; m. Amy 
Myddleton, d. of Christopher Gilbert 
Peacock of Greatford Hall, Stamford. 
Springfield, Taplow, Maidenhead; North 
House, Grantham, and Cayhorpe, S.O., Lines. 

William Stratton. 2nd son of A. S. of 
Downs House, Eling, near Southampton ; 
1868'-1861' : R. M. Coll. Sandhurst ; En- 
sign 6th Northnmb. Fusiliers ; died May 
26,1866. 

Coi. Richard Frederick Metset-. 
2nd son of Sir H. S. M.-T. of Kirby HaU, 
York ; 1869'-1866« ; Eton Shooting Team 
1864 ; joined the Rifle Bgde. 1866 ; Royal 
Humane Society's Med. 1869; Adjt. 2nd 
Bn. Rifle Bgde. 1871-7 ; Served in the 
Ashanti War 1873-4 (Med. with Clasp for 
Coomassie) ; A.D.C. Dublin District 1878- 
81 ; Adjt. 9th Bn. Rifle Bgde. 1881-4 ; Col. 
Gomm. 4th W. Torks Regt. 1889-93 ; 
Director of York Union Bank (now a 
Branch of Barclay's Bank, London) since 
1892 ; m. Charlotte, d. of Sir James Walker, 
1st Bt, of Sand Hutton, York. Nunthorpe 
Court, Fork. 

Henry Tilson Shaen. Of Watlington 
Park, Oxford, and Shaen Manor, Belmullet, 
oo. Mayo ; eld. son of T. S. C. of Watlington 
Park and Shaen Manor ; 1869^-1862' ; 
R.M. CoU. Sandhurst ; formerly Lieut 17th 
Lancers ; m. Adelaide Elizabeth, d. of 
Denis Bingham of Bingham Castle, co. 
Mayo ; died March 9, 1882. 

Ridley. Son of J. M. E. of Beseington 
House, Hants ; 1869'-1862* ; died of scarlet 
fever Jane 16, 1863. 

Sir Gilbert Augustus (aft Clayton 
East), 3rd Bt, J.P. Son of Sir G. E. G. 
E., 2nd Bt, of Hall Place ; 1868'-1862' ; 
Magd. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. for Berks ; m. 
Eleanor Theresa, d. of Maj.-Gen. Alexander 
Robert Eraser. Hall Place, Maidenhead. 

Charles Edward. Eld. son of C. G. 
B. of Sunningdale, Ascot ; 1868^-1866' ; 
Banker; m. Hon. Augusta Rosa Walsh, 
d. of John, 1st Lord Ormathwaite. Edge 
Grove, Waitford, Herts. 

Col. William Hannino. 3rd son of 
J. L. L. of DiUington Park, Uminster; 
1868M862' ; Col. 2nd Dragoon Gds. (ret) ; 
m. d. of Rev. Alfred Bond of Frestou, 
Ipswich. Gardenhurst, Old Catton, 
Norwich. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Augustus Henry. 3rd 
son of R. L. of Longueville, nr. Mallow, oo. 
Cork ; 1868M861' ; lieut-CoL 9th Norfolk 
Regt (ret) ; m. Florence Amy, d. of 
Richard N. Percival of Springfield, 
Sandbach, Cheshire. Waterloo, Mallow, 
Ireland. 

Capt. Henry Brooks, J.P. Eld. son of 
H. L. G. of KiddingtonHall ; 1869«-1863' ; 
formerly Capt 9th Lancers ; J.P. for co. 
Oxford ; m. Helen Mary, d. of Rev. David 
Melville, Canon of Worcester. Kiddington 
Hall, Woodstock, and Beaumont Hall, co. 
Lancaster, 

Stanley Vaughan. 6th son of Rev. J. 
G., Vicar of Clifton Hampden, Abingdon ; 
1867'-1866'; Eton XL 1866; Merchant; 
died at Kingston, Jamaica, 1870. 



86 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Lindsay mi, 

(P. v., W.J.) 



Benyon 

(J.L.J.) 



Merewether 

(W.W.) 

Hunter 

(G.P., W.L.H.) 



Archer 

(W.L.H.; 

Drummond Hay 

(Mrs. D., J.W.H.) 



Wykeham-Martin 

(T.H.S., H.S.) 

Oddie 

(J.E.Y.) 

Mr. Methuen 

(R.D.) 



Bury 

(T.H.S., O.T.P.) 

Cuthell ma, 

(W.L.H.) 



LiEUT.-OoL. Walter Jambs. 2ncl son 
of Hon. 0. L. of Deer Park, Honiton ; 
1869"-1863» ; Lieat.-Col. Rifle Bgde. (ret.) ; 
Canadian Med. and Olasp ; m. Henrietta 
Julia, d. of FitzMaarice Gastavus Bloom- 
field of New Park, co. Waterford. Elm- 
thorpe^ CotPleffy Oxford. 

Edward Loyd. Of Oak Hoaae, Feltham 
Hill, Feltham, Middlesex ; son of H. B. B. 
of Houndhay Lodge, nr. Leeds ; 1869"- 
1862* ; m. widow of W. Parfitt ; died 
Jan. 7, 1903. 

Walton Lockykr. Son of H. A. M., 
Q.O., of Bowden Hill, Chippenham ; 1867'- 
1863" ; Oh. Ch. Oxf. ; Crown Prosecutor, 
Sydney. Lurlie^ Double Bap, Sydney, 
N.8.W., Australia. 

Capt. William Gborge, J.P. Son of 

D. H. of Bumside, Forfarshire ; 1868»- 
1862' ; R.M. Coll. Sandhurst ; formerly 
Capt. 69th Eegt. ; m. Kathleen, d. of Major 
Hickey, 103rd Regt. The Elmt, Hunning- 
ham, Leamington Spa. 

Charles Gordon, J.P. Eld. son of 

E. A. of Trelaske ; 1868»-1866^ ; J.P. for 
Cornwall. Trelaske, nr. Launceston. 

Robert, C.M.G. Son of Rt Hon. 
Sir J. H. D. H., G.C.M.G., K.C.B. ; 1866'- 
1869' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; attached to 
British Legation at Tangier 1869-76 ; Con- 
sul at Mogador 1876, Stockholm 1879, 
Tunis 1889 ; Consul-Gen. at Tunis 1891, 
Syria, to reside at Beirut, with superinten- 
dence over Consuls at Damascus and 
Jerusalem 1894 ; m. Euphemia Katharine, 
d. of Thomas Willis-Fleming of South 
Stoneham, Hants. British Consulate-Oen., 
Beirut, Syria. 

Malcolm Fiennes. Son of Rer. 
R. F. W.-M. of Elsfleld House, Leeds, 
Maidstone ; 1868>-1861'. 21 Onslow Sq., 
S. Kensington, S. W. 

LiBUT.-CoL. Henry Hoyle. 1868'- 
1862' ; formerly Lieut-Col. 16th Regt 

Gen. Hon. Paul Sanford (3rd Lord 
Methuen), G.C.B., K.C.B., K.C.V.O., C.B., 
C.M.G. Eld. son of Frederick Henry 
Paul, 2nd Lord M. ; 1868*-1860» ; Lieut 
Scots Gds. 1864 ; on Special Service to the 
Gold Coast 1873 ; served in Ashanti War 
1874 (Med. with Clasps) ; Assist MiL Sec. 
to Comm.-in-Chief in Ireland 1877 ; Mil. 
Attache, Berlin 1877-81; Assist Adjt- 
Gen. and Assist Q.-M.-G., Home Dist 
1881-4 ; served in Egyptian War 1882 as 
A.A. and Q.-M.-G. and Commandant at 
Head Qrs. in Egypt 1882 incl. Kassassin 
and Tel-el-Kebir (despatches, C.B., Med. 
with Clasp, 3rd 01. Osmanieh and Khedive's 
Star) ; Comm. Methuen's Horse and the 
Field Force in Bechuanaland 1884-6 
(despatches, C.M.G.), Dep. Adjt-Gen. in 
S. Africa 1888, Maj.-Gen. 1890 ; in command 
of Home Dist 1892-7 ; N.W. Frontier, India, 
1897-8 ; Comm. 1st Div. Ist Army Corps, 
S. Africa 1899-1902 (despatches) ; Gen. 
1904; Col. Scots Gds. 1904; Hon. Col. 
2nd Vol. Bn. WUts Regt. : J.P. for Wilts ; 
m. Ist, Evelyn, d. of Sir Frederick 
Hutchinson Hervey-Bathurst, 3rd Bt. ; 
2nd, Ethel Mary, d. of William Ayshford 
Sanford of Nynehead Court, Wellington, 
Somerset. Corsham Court, Corsham, 
R.S.O., Wilts. 

William Aubrey Marriott ; 1867"- 
1862* ; formerly in the 16th Regt. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Thomas George. Son of 
A. 0. of 61 Warwick Sq., S.W. ; 1868"- 
1860' ; R.M. Coll. Sandhurst ; formerly in 
the 38th Foot, aft Lieut-Col. 13th Hussars 
(ret) ; m. Edith, d. of John Foster of 
Sandy Place, Sandy, Beds. Frensham 
Orove, Farnham, Surrey. 



Barnard 

(J.W.H.) 

BoviU 

(J.W.H. & R.D.) 

Eoche 

(Mrs. de R. <fe W.B.M., 
O.T.P. & W.B.M.) 



Johnson 

W.L.B.) 

MacCall 

(Mrs. D., W.B.M.) 



Maitland 

(J.W.H.) 

Mr. Powlett ma, 

(W.W.) 



Mr. Powlett mi, 

(W.W.) 



Lindsay Henry John. 1867»-1869'; 
formerly in the Rifle Bgde. 

Paget Eustace. Son of Rt Hon. Sir 
W. B., Kt, Chief Justice of the Common 
Pleas ; 1867'-1863» ; formerly in business 
in S. America ; dead. 

Standish Dbane O'Grady, J.P. Of 
Bamtick, co. Clare ; 2nd son of Sir D. R, 1st 
Bt )f Carass, Groom, Limerick; 1866'- 
1866', ent again 1869»-1869» ; J.P. for co.s 
Clare and Oarlow ; m. Mary Harriet 
Frances, d. of Colmore Frind Cregoe 
Colmore of Moorend, Cheltenham. A ghade, 
Tullow, CO. Carlow. 

George Woolsey. 3rd son of Gen. W. A. 
J. of Wytham-on-the-Hill, Lines; 1867'- 
1869' ; twenty years Capt of Fire Bgde. ; 
Land Agent ; m. Emma May, d. of William 
Tiptaft. 14 Barn Hill, Stanford. 

Col. Henry Blackwood, C.B. Son of 
Col. 6. MacC. of 4 Whitehall Court, S.W. ; 
1868'-1861'; ent Army 1864; served in 
Izazai Expdn. 1892 ; Chitral Relief Force 
1896 (despatches, C.B., Med. with Clasp) ; 
Col. 1896 ; Comm. 41st Regt. Dist 1897-8 ; 
D.A.G., Punjab 1899-1900; Brig.-Gen. 
Comm. 2nd 01. Dist in India 1901-2, ret 
1902 ; m. Grace Mabel, d. of James John 
Farquharson of Langton House, Blandford, 
Dorset. 46 Redcliffe Gdns., S. W. 

John. Of Balgreggan and Freugh, co. 
Wigtown ; eld. son of P. M. of Balgreggan 
and Freugh ; 1867'-1859» ; died unm. 1869. 

Hon. William Thomas Ordb- (4th 
Lord Bolton). Eld. son of William Henry, 
3rd Lord B., of Bolton Hall and Hackwood 
Park ; 1869'-1860» ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
formerly Lieut-Col. Comm. and Hon. Col. 
Yorks Hussars Imp. Yeo. ; J.P. for Hants ; 
J.P., D.L., and CO. for N. Riding of Yorks ; 
m. Lady Algitha Frederica Mary Lumley, 
d. of Richard George, 9th Earl of Scar- 
borough. Bolton Hall, Leyhum, R.S.O,, 
Yorks, and Hackwood Park, Basingstoke. 

Hon Henry Robert Orde-. 2nd son 

of William Henry, 3rd Lord Bolton ; 1859' 

-1863' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M. A. ; Barrister ; 

m. Henrietta, d. of Jolm Randolphns de 

' Trafford of Croston Hall, Lanes. 2Queens- 

! bu7y Place, S. Kensington, S. W. 



Lower Greek. 



Mr. Henniker- 
Major 

(W.L.E. &, Miss E., 
W.L.E. & E.C.A.L.) 

Cuthell mi. 

(W.L.H.) 



Robinson 

(W.W.) 

Smith 

(W.L.H.) 

Russell 

(J.W.H. & C.CJ.) 

Barrington 

(J.W.H. <fe O.B.) 



Hon. Edward MiNET. 2nd son of John, 
4th Lord Henniker of Thomham Hall, 
Eye ; 1868'-1869' ; ent again 1861'-1864» ; 
British Vice-Consul at fet Malo. British 
Vice- Consulate, St. Malo, France. 
. Charles Edward. Son of A. 0. of 61 
Warwick Sq., S.W. ; 1868»-1864' ; 0pp. 
WaU and Field xls 1863; Trin. ColL 
Camb. ; Barrister, Inner Temple ; m. 
E. Jane, d. of James Jackson. Old Dene, 
Dorking. 

Arthur Holland. Son of R. R. R. ; 
1867'-1862'; Merchant 31 Onslow Gar- 
dens, S. Kensington, S. W. 

Herbert Edmund. 1869 '-1864'. 



1869'-1864»; Ch. Ch. 



Neville James. 
Oxf. 

Walter Bulkeiey (9th Visct Barring- 
ton). Son of Percy, 8th Visct B. ; 1867'- 
1866' ; Eton xi. 1864-6 ; formerly Lieut 
Coldstream Gds., aft Capt Oxford MU. ; 
J.P., D.L. and CO. for Berks ; m. 1st, Mary 
Isabella, d. of Rev. Richard B(^:ae, Vicar 
of Deubury, Newton Abbot ; 2nd, Charlotte 
Mary Leycester, d. of Major George 
Montagu Stopford, RE., and widow of 
John Arden Birch. Beckett, Shrivenham, 
R.S.O., Berks, and 40 Harrington Gds,, S. W. 



1859.] 



LOWEE SCHOOL— THIED FOEM. 



87 



Bruce mi. 

(W.W.) 



Schoales 

(T.H.S.) 

Mr. Montgomerie 
mi, 

(J.W.H.) 



Westby 

(E.D.S.) 



Hope 



(Mrs. de R., G.R.D. & 
H.S.) 



Eoss 

(Mrs. v., P.8tJ.T.) 



Edwards 

(J.E.Y.) 



Savile 

(J.W.H. & Miss G.) 



Jervoise mi, 

(P.E.D., G.RD.) 



Moore mi, 

(J.W.H. & W.L.E.) 



Harvey 

(J.W.H. & O.CJ.) 

Marquis of Graham 

(J.W.H.) 

Eellowes 

(G.P., E.B. & A.F.B.) 

Jones 

(Miss B.) 



Lord Oharles Frederick Brudenell-. 
5th son of Ernest Augustus Charles, 3rd 
Marquis of Ailesburyof Savemake Forest, 
Marlborough ; 1869»-1867" ; Trln. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.A. ; 3rd CI. Class. Trip. ; Hon. 
Maj. Wilts Yeo. (ret.) ; J.P. for Wilts and 
Berks ; m. Margaret, d. of James Bensbaw 
of Broughton, Manchester. WexcombCy 
Marlborough, and 11 Olouceiter Terrace, 
Regent'* Park, N. W. 

John Robert Downes. 1869'-1861'. 
177 Lodge Lane, Liverpool. 

Hon. George Arnulph (16th Earl of 
Eglinton aAd Winton). Son of Archibald 
William, 13th Earl of E. and W., and 
brother of Archibald William, 14th Earl of 
E. and W. ; 1866'-1861» ; formerly Lieut. 
Gren. (Ms. ; Lord-Lieut, of co. Ayr 1897 
and Hereditary SherifF of co. Renfrew ; m. 
Janet- Lucretia, d. of Boyd Alexander 
Cuninghame of Craig Ends, co. Renfrew. 
Eglinton Castle, Irvine, and Skermorlie 
Castle, Largs, R,S.O., co. Ayr. 

Henry Moor. Son of E. W. of 66 Port- 
land Place, W. ; 1869'-1862»; formerly 
Capt. 53rd Regt. ; m. Rose, d. of Rev. 
Frederick Porter, Vicar of Yeddingham, 
York. Elmhurst, Welshpool. 

G EOROE Palmer, J.P. Son of S. C. H. of 
Havering Grange ; 1869'-1864' ; Shooting 
Team 1864 ; Gon. and Caius Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A.; Camb. Shooting Team ; Stockbroker ; 
J.P. for Essex ; m. Aline, d. of Col. H. 
Jervis White Jervis, R.A. Havering 
Orange, Havering -Atte- Boteer, Essex ; 
Walton, R.8.O., Suffolk, and 26 Royal 
Exchange, ComhUl, E.C. 

Col. John Leith. Son of J. L. R. of 
Arnage ; 1869*-1861* ; R. M. Coll. Sand- 
hurst ; formerly Lieut.-Col. Comm. 2nd 
Bn. K.O. Scottish Borderers, and Col. 
Comm. 20th Regt. Dist. ; m. Janet Forbes, 
d. of William Lamond of Strandnff, N.B. 
Arnage Castle, Ellon, N.B. 

Priesttby Augustus. Eld. son of Capt. 
J. P. E. of Pixby Park and Castle Carr, 
Yorks ; 1858"-1864> ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Comet 
2nd W. Yorks Yeo. Cav. ; killed with his 
father in the Abergele Railway Accident 
Aug. 20, 1868. 

George. Of The Folly, Tetbury ; eld. 
son of Hon. and Rev. P. Y. S., Rector of 
Methley, Leeds; 1867»-1862' ; went to 
Rossall and was in the xi. ; Magd. ColL 
Camb. ; B.A. ; Camb. xi. 1868 ; m. Char- 
lotte Maria, d. of Henry Baker of Stoke, 
Devon ; died Sept. 4, 1904. 

Col. John Purefoy Elus. 2nd son of 
P. J. E. J. of Herriard Park, Basingstoke ; 
1869''-1860» ; Keble Coll. Oxf. ; Hon. M.A. ; 
Served in and Commanded 3rd Hussars ; 
Bursar, Keble Coll. Keble College, 03;ford. 

Capt. William Boyle. Son of 
Capt. F. M. of 3 Russell St., Bath ; 1868'- 
1863* ; formerly Capt. 37th Regt. ; m. 
Ada Clceley, d. of Rev. Alfred John Edward 
Bowyer-Smijth, Rector of Attleborough ; 
dead. 

Benjamin Charles. 1868'-1865' ; for- 
merly in the 12th Lancers. 

James. 2nd son of James, 4th Duke of 
Montrose ; 1867"-1864" ; formerly Capt. 
1st Life Gds. ; died unm. April 3, 1872. 

Robert Sheijx)n. Eld. son of R. F. of 
Shotesham Park, Norwich ; 1869»-1863' 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; died unm. Jan. 29, 1874. 

David Williams. 1868»-1860*. 



Faber 

(Mrs. v., F.St.J.T.) 

Knowlys 

(E.H., E.D.S.) 



Fowler 

(J.W.H. & W.W.) 

HaQ 

(F.V., H.S.) 

Warde 

(W.A.O.) 

Legard 

(Miss E., J.E.Y.) 



Eoper 

(Home, C.T.P. & O.B.) 

Eoyds 

(R.D.) 



Luxford 

(W.L.H.) 

Cotton 

(Mrs. D., F.E.D.) 



Sargent 

(Mrs. D., W.L.H.) 

Fairfax 

(Mrs. D., P.E.D.) 



William Alexander Stanley. Sou of 
Col. W. F. of Dinard ; 1869*-1862" ; went 
to live in S. America. 

Rev. Charles Heskbtp. Son of T. J. K. 
of Heysham Tower, Heysham, Morecambe, 
Lanes ; 1869"-1861' ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.A. ; Wells Theo. Coll. ; Curate of 
Cirencester 1870-2 and 1873-5, Famham, 
Surrey, 1872-3, Aynhoe, Banbury, 1875-6 ; 
Rector of North Meols, Southport, 1876- 
94; Assist. Chap, at Montreux 1894-8; 
Chap, at Zurich 1898-9 ; Rector of Wash- 
field since 1899 ; m. Margarette Anne 
Howell, d. of Rev. R. H. Taylor, Vicar of 
Kemble, Cirencester. Washfield Rectory, 
Tiverton. 

Charles WiluamLindsey. 1866'-1866*. 



WiLUAM Thomas Townend. Of Syndall 
Park, Faversham ; 1868»-1862» ; J.P. for 
Kent ; m. Miss Wade ; dead. 

Henry Charles Lloyd. Son of — W. 
of Clopton House, Warwick ; 1869"-1862' ; 
3rd Sec. British Legation, St. Petersburg ; 
died at St. Petersburg, 1872. 

Sir Charles, 11th Bt. Of Ganton Hall, 
York. 3rd son of Sir T. D. L., 8th Bt., 
of Ganton Hall ; 1859^-1864' ; won 350 yds. 
1863 ; formerly Ensign 43rd Foot, aft. 
Capt. N.E. Yorks Art. Vol. ; M.P. for 
Scarborough 1874-80 ; J.P., D.L. and 
Chmn. of C.C. for E. Riding of Yorks ; J.P. 
for N. Riding ; m. Frances Emily, d. of 
Francis Alexander Hamilton of Brent 
Lodge, Finchley, N. ; died Dec. 6, 1901. 



SENSE. 

Sydney Charles Dyne. Son of Rev. 
T. H. R., Conduct of Eton, aft. of Puddle- 
hinton Rectory, Dorset ; 1857»-1867» ; 
banker. 

Edmund Albert Nuitall. Of Brown- 
hill, nr. Rochdale ; son of A. H. R. of 
Falinge, Rochdale ; 1867»-1859» ; Trin. 
Hall Camb. ; Barrister-at-Law ; formerly 
Lieut. Worcesters Yeo. Cav., aft. Lieut.-Col. 
4th Bn. Lancaster Re^. ; J.P. for co. 
Lancaster ; m. Augusta Eliza, d. of 
Augustus Henry Lemonious of Stonehouse, 
nr. Liverpool ; died Aug. 22, 1892. 

John Cottenham. Son of Rev. G. C. L. 
of Higham House, Robertsbridge, Sussex ; 
1869»-1861« ; went to live In Natal ; m. 
Edith, d. of J. Perfect ; died March 1895. 

Robert Wellington Stapleton- (3rd 
Visct. Combermere). Eld. son of Welling- 
ton Henry, 2nd Visct. C. ; 1869'-1861»; 
Lieut. Salop Yeo. Cav. ; J.P. for Salop ; 
m. 1st, Charlotte Ann. d. of Jacob Fletcher 
Ellis Fletcher of Peel Hall, Lanes ; 2nd, 
Isabel Marion, d. of Sir George Chetwynd, 
3rd Bt. ; died Feb. 20, 1898. 

Thomas a'BscKETT. 1869'-1864» ; won 
PulUng and Sculling 1864 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
Capt. 78th Highlrs. ; died of fever at 
Kandahar, Jan. 1881. 

Rev. Charles Henry. 3rd son of T. P. 
of Newton Kyme, Yorks; 1868'-1862'; 
St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of 
Hurworth, Darlington, 1872-4 ; Vicar of 
Maltby, Rotherham, 1875-7, Hackthom, 
Lincoln, 1877-94 ; Rector of Dumbleton 
since 1894 ; m. Emmeline Marian, d. of 
James Sawrey Cookson of Neasham Hall, 
Durham. Dumbleton Rectory, Evesham, 



88 



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[1859. 



Allen min, 

(J.W.H. & R.D., R.a) 



Longbourne mi, 
(P. v., W.W.) 

Lovell 

(J.W.H.&P. StJ.T.) 

Eigby 

(J.W.H.) 

Lord Lan^ord 

(J.W.H. & B.W.) 



Divett 

(J.W.H.) 

Partridge ma. 

(W.B., H.S.) 



Stevens mi. 

(Home, F.E.D. & G.C.J.) 



Hawtrey min. 

(J.W.H.) 

Partridge mi. 

(Home, H.S.) 



Ferguson 

(J.W.H. & W.W.) 



Walker 

(W.W.) 

Hughes ma. 

(Home, F.W.O.) 

Lord W. Beresford 

(J.W.H. & E.W.) 



Gharuss Francis Eokbtok. 3rd son of 
G. A. of Tenby, Mem. of Legislative 
Gonncll of India ; 1858«-1863': St. John's 
Coll. Gamb. ; B.A. ; Math. Trip, and Senr. 
Opt 1870; Barrister -at -Law, Inner 
Temple, joining the N.E. Circuit; Lecturer 
in New Presidency Coll., Calcutta ; Qovem- 
ment Advocate, Burmah ; Recorder of 
Bangoou (ret.); held varioos Legal 

, Appointments in Oalcntta and Burmah : 

I M.F. for Pembroke and Haverfordwest 
1898-ft; J.P. for Haverfordwest and 

, Tenby: m. Elizabeth Oecnrgina, d. of 

) William Wilcox of Whitburn, Sunderland. 

I Hill Cottage^ Tenby, 

I Col. Frank. Son of W. T. L, of Powley, 
Liphook, Hants ; 1868M861* ; Col. 2nd 
Boyal Warwicks Regt. ; m. Laura A., d, 

I of James R. Greig. Waritick. 

Francis Henry. Son of F. P. L. of 

I Hiocfaeslea, Brockenhurst, Hants ; 1869*- 
1866* ; Prince Consort's French Prize 
1863 ; formerly Lieut. Coldstream Gds. ; 
dead. 
Joseph Edward. 1868M861*. 



Hercdlrs Edward (4th Lord), K.C.Y.O. 
Eld. son of Glotworthy Wellington William 
Robert, 8rd Lord L. ; 1867»-1864* ; Ensign 
Gren. Gds. 1867, ret as Lieut-Col. 1879 ; 
State Steward to Uie Lord-Lieut of Ireland 
1886-92 and Comptroller since 1895 ; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Meath ; m. Georgina Mary, 
d. of Sir Richard Sutton, 4th Bt Summer- 
hUl House, Enfield^ eo. Meath. 

George Ross. Son of E. D., M.P., of 
Bystock, Exmouth ; 1857'-1862* ; died at 
Bovey Tracey, S. Devon, 1894. 

LiEUT.-GoL. Charles Edward. Eld. 
son of E. O. P. of Farchynys, Dolgelly ; 
1868»-1862* ; Lieut-Col. 2nd Bn. Royal 
W. Kent Regt (ret.) ; m. d, of J. C. Hyland 
of St George's, Bermuda. 72 8t, John's 
Park^ Blaetheath^ S.E. 

Charles Bridobs. Son of T. H. S. of 
Eton ; 1857'-1864' : admitted a Solicitor 
1870 but does not practise ; m. Augrnsta, d. 
of William George Nixey of Springfield, 
Slough. Panfield, West Cliff Road, 
Boumtmouih. 

John Purvis. Son of Rev. J. W. H., 
AssistMaster at Eton 1842-69; 1857*-1864'. 

Frederick Leonard. 2nd son of E. O. 
P. of Farchynys, Dolgelly ; 1868'-1861* ; 
formerly in Uie Royal Navy, aft a 
Brewer; m. d. of CoL Mann, R.E., of 
Sydney, cjo Messrs. Tooth A Cto., Sgdnef, 
N. 8. Wales. 

Robert Norman Ronald. Son of R. 
F., M.D. ; 1859^-1867'; Eton xl 1866; 
Treasury Clerk and Parliamentary Clerk 
at Treasury ; m. Rose G., d. of Lawrence 
T. Oumberbatch, M.D. ; died Feb. 16,1903. 

Thomas. 1869*-1861'. 

Llotd Warren George, J.P., D.L. 
2nd BOO of Rev. R. R. H., Rector of New- 
borough, Anglesey; 1867M864*; Magd. 
GolL Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. for oo. Car- 
narvon. Coed-Helen, Carnarvon. 

OoL. William Lesue db i^ Porr, 
K.O.I.E., y.O. Of The Deepdene, Dorking ; 
3rd son of Rev. John de la Peer, 4th 
Marquis of Waterford ; 1858'-1863« ; entd. 
Army 1867 ; Col. 9th Lancers ; served in 
India (Med. and Clasp), Afghanistan, Zulu- 
land 1879 (y.O.)and Burmah (distinguished 
at the battle of Ulundi) ; A.D.C. and Mil. 
Sec. to Gov.-Gen. of India ; m. Lily Warren, 
d. of Commodore Cicero Price, U.S. Navy, 
and widow of George Charles, 8th Duke 
of Marlborough ; died Dec. 28, 1900. 



Eouth ma. 

(H.S.) 



Rev. Robert Sheppard. Son of R. A. R. 
of Amport, Andover ; 1859*-1864» ; Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; M.A. ; Curate of Ashford, Derbys, 
1872-4, Bnmham, Maidenhead, 1875-8, 
Hodnet Salop, 1878-82, Amport Andover, 
1883>6 ; Vicar of Longstock since 1886 ; m. 
Louisa Jane, d. of Rev. Francis Edward 
Dumford of Eton. Longstock Vicarage, 
Slockbridge, R.8.O., Hants. 



NONSENSE. 



Jebb 

(J.W.H. & F.J.O., 
J.W.H. A F.W.C.) 

Harrison 

(T.H.a, G.R.D.) 



Williams mi. 

(J.W.H. & C.W.) 



Freeth min. 

(Home, aft K.a, 
C.T.P. & C.CJ.) 



Cjilvert ma. 

(J.W.H. & E.W.) 

Mr. Lascelles 

(F.E.D.) 



Smart mi. 

(J.W.H.) 

Brown 

(Mrs. de R., H.S.) 

Biddulph 
(J.W.H.; 

Wyatt-Edgell mi. 

(E.H., F. St J.T.) 



Wilkieson 

(J.W.H.) 

Milbank 

(J.W.H.) 



I John de Witt. Son of C. W. J. of the 
60th Rifles ; 1859'-1863* ; formerly Maj. 

' Scottish Rifles ; m. Edith Victoria, d. of 
William Murphy of Mount Merrion, co. 
Dublin. Lantao, Orange Road, Eastbourne. 
Heneage Eoerton Brtdoes. Son of 
Rev. J. B. H. of Walmer, Deal ; 1858»- 
1869» ; Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; 1st CI. Hist 1873 ; 
H.M.'s Inspr. of Schools ; m. Lillie, d. of 
Rev. Alexander Orr of Cheriton, Alresford. 
40 Dewmshire Rd., Liverpool, and Education 
Dept., Whitehall, 8. W. 

Robert ap Hugh. Of Pl&s Llwyn On, 
Anglesey ; 3rd son of Sir H. W., 3rd Bt, 
of Bodelwyddan, Rhuddlan, Flint ; 1859*- 
1868'; Ch Ch. Oxf.; M.A. ; Hon. Lieut- 
Col. Royal Anglesey Mil. ; J.P. atid D.L. 
for Anglesey, High Sheriff 1884 ; died 1898. 

Harold. Son of C. F.; 1857M870'; 

CoU. WaU 1866-9; Mixed Wall 1867-9, 
I Keeper 1869 ; Field xl 1868-9 ; Exhibnr. 
I of Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; B.A.; 1st a. Lit Hum. 

1874 ; Ist CI. Jurisprudence 1875 ; called to 

the Bar ; died 1878. 

Feux, J.P. Son of E. P. S. 0. of 
' Fumeaux Pelham Hall ; 1868M866* ; New 
I Inn Hall, Oxf. ; Farmer ; J.P. for Herts. 
I Fumeaux Pdham Hall, Buntingford. 

Hon. Gerald WnuAM, F.Z.S. 3rd son 

' of Henry Thynne, 4Ui Earl of Harewood ; 

, 1859'-1863' ; Magd. CoU. Camb. ; B.A. ; 

I Dep. Surveyor, New Forest and Grown 
Lands in Hants since 1880 ; m. Constance 

I Augusta Mary Fitssclarence, d. of John 
Burton Philipson of Sunninghill, Ascot 
The King*s House, Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Joseph Richard. 1868*-1859* ; went to 
live in Australia. 

Henrt. Son of — B., Surgeon, of 
Windsor ; 1858"-1867» ; Univ. ColL Oxf. 

GnBERT Hugh Mtddelton-. 3rd son 
of Col. R. M.-B. of Chirk OasUe, oo. 
Denbigh ; 1859>-1863' ; formerly in the 
52nd Lt Inf ty. ; died unm. at Rome 1877. 

Alfred Thomas Townshend (aft 
Vemey-Cave) (5th Lord Braye). 3rd son 
of Rev. E. W.-E., Rector of North Cray, 
Kent, and Henrietta, Baroness Braye; 
1858»-1865' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Lieut-OoL 
Comm. 3rd Bn. Leicesters MiL ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Leicester ; m. Cecilia Harriet 
d. of WiUUm Gerrard Walmesley of 
Westwood Hall, Lanes. Stafford HaU, 
Market Harborough, and 4 Buckingham 
Gate,S.W. 

Lieut.-Col. Charles Botd. Son of 
Maj.-Gen. C. V. W., R.E. ; 1859»-1869* ; 
Lieut-Col. R.E. (ret). Queen Anne*s 
ManHons, S. W. 

William Harrt Vane. Eld. son of 
Sir F. A. M., 1st Bt,of Bamingham Park, 
Barnard Castle ; 1857»-1861» ; formerly 
Lieut Royal Horse Guards ; m. Alice 
Sidonie Vandenbnrg Baruch ; died Oct 
24,1892. 



1859.] 



LOWEE SCHOOL— THIED, SECOND AND FIEST FOEMS. 



89 



Tudor 

(W.E., G.ILD.) 



Hugh Owkn, J.P., D.L. 6th son of H. 
T. of Portland Place, W. ; ISSO'-lSeO"; 
J.P. and D.L. for Berks, High Sheriff 1902 ; 
m. Alice, d, of Alexander Smyth of Great 
Gamberland Place, W. Lfndwodd^ Old 
Windsor. 



SECOND FOEM. 



Williams 

(T.H.8., B.D.S.) 

Stephens 

(J.W.H. & E.D.S.) 



Smyth 

(T.H.8., G.ILD.) 



Williams min, 

(J.W.H.) 



Tufnell mi. 

(J.W.H.& P.O., J.W.H. 
& P.W.C.) 



Tumor mi, 
(W.aM.) 

Calvert mi, 

(J W.H.) 



John Arthur. 2nd son of R. W. of 
Bridehead, Dorchester ; 1859'-1864' ; died 
Dec. 8, 1892. 

Cecil James. Son of A. S. of Fostou 
Hall, York ; 1869»-1864' ; formerly Lieut 
12th Lancers ; J.P. for Essex ; m. 1st, Edith 
Mary, d. of Capt. Henry Byng, R.N., of 
Qaendon Hall, Newport, Essex ; 2nd, Helen 
Lilian, d. of Henry MacAnene of Ayr Park, 
N.S. Wales, Australia. The Viem^ Rick- 
ling, Bi$hop*s Stortford; Fotton House, 
Claeton-on-Sea, R.S.O., Essex, and WhUwell 
Lodge, Eastbourne. 

WiujAM James. 2nd son of J. G. S. of. 
Heath Hall, Wakefield; 1859' > 1861' ; 
formerly Lieut. Rifle Bgde. ; m. Louisa 
Harriette, d. of Herbert Lloyd of PlAs 
Cilybebyll, Pontardawe, Glamorgan. 
Greenway House, Ledbury. 

OWKN John, J.P. 4th son of Sir H. W. 
3rd Bt of Bodelwyddan, Rhnddlau, Flint ; 
1858>-1868' ; Magd. Coll. Camb. ; Master 
of Flint and Denbigh Foxhounds since 
1884 ; Capt. Denbighs Yeo. ; Steward of 
Grand Nat Hunt ; J.P. for Denbigh. 
(V«, St. Asaph, R.S.O., Flints. 

Lieut.-Col. Edward, M.P. 2nd son of 
E. C. T., Poor Law Commnr., of 26 Lowndes 
Sq., S.W. ; 1868*-1863» ; ent the 39th Regt 
1867 ; exchanged to 18th Royal Irish Regt. 
1870 ; served in India during Afghan War, 
Egypt, Nile Expdn. 1884-6 (Med. with 
Clasp, Khedive's Star, Jubilee and Coro- 
nation Meds.) : ret as Lieut-Col. 1889 ; 
Mem. of Royal Body Guard of Gentlemen- 
at-Arms since 1894 ; Ent of Grace of St 
John of Jerusalem : M.P. for S.E. Essex 
since 1900 ; m. 1st, Catherine, d. of Gilbert 
McMicking of Miltonise, co. Wigton : 2ud, 
Ellen Bertha, d. of Rev. Richard Shard 
Gubbins, Rector of Upham, Bishop's 
Waltham, Hants. The Grove, Wimbledon 
Park, and 46 E€Uon Sq., S. W. 

Herbert Broke. 6th son of C. T. of 
Stoke Roohford, Grantham ; 1868*-1864> ; 
formerly in the 71st Highland Lt Infty. ; 
died in Ladak, July 31, 1881. 

Capt. Walter Campbell. 2nd son of 
E. P. S. C. of Fumeaux Pelham Hall ; 1858* 
-1868' ; Eton viii. 1866-8 ; won Sculling 
1866 ; 0pp. Wall 1866-7 ; Mixed Wall 1867 ; 
Field XI. 1866-7 ; Keeper 1867 ; formerly 
Capt 6th Dragoon Gds. Fumeaux Pelham 
I Hall, Buntingford. 



Boyle mi, 

(B.B., G.R,D. & E.W.) 

Daniell 

(J.W.H. & E.D.S.) 



Maberly mi. 

(Mrs. de R., G.R.D.) 



Hughes mi. 

(Home, G.ILD.) 



Bruce 

(Home, G.R.D.) 



Eyre min, 

(Home, G.ILD.) 

Voysey ma, 

(Home, G.R.D.) 



Voysey mi, 

(Home, G.R.D., 
J.T.W. <fe B.C.A.L.) 



Eouth mi, 
(n.s.) 



Johnson 

(F.V., H.S.) 

Johnstone 

(Miss G., F.St J. T.) 



Robert. 2nd son of Col. Hon. R. E. B. 
of the C!oldstream Gds. ; 1859'-1863' ; died 
nnm. Dec. 29, 1890. 

Henrt Averell. Son of J. H. D. of 
Fairchildes, Warlingham ; 1859'-1865> ; a 
Stockbroker in Lombard Street, E.C. 
(Marshall, Mullins & Co.) ; m. Miss 
Bradshaw. The Ledgers, Warlingham, 
Whyteleafe, 8.0., Surrey, and 35 Queen's 
Gate, 8.W. 

Lieut.-Col. James Charles. Of 
Hawkley Hurst, West Llss, Hants ; 2nd 
son of Rev. T. A. M. of Mytten, Cuckfield, 
Hayward's Heath, and Vicar of Cuckfield ; 
1859*-1864' ; Lieut-Col. Scots Greys ; m. 
Nora, d. of William Grey Clarke ; died 1901 . 



riEST FOEM. 



Trevor Charles, J.P. 8rd son of 
Rev. R. R. H., Rector of Newborough, 
Anglesey ; 1859'-1864* ; Magd. ColL Camb. ; 
M. A. ; Farmer ; J.P. for co. Carnarvon ; m. 
d. of Rev. John Kitcat of Swallowfield, 
Reading. Glas-eoed, Llanrug, R.S.O., co. 
Carnarvon. 

Capt. Robert Dalrtmplb Barwick, 
R.N. Son of W. D. B., Judge in Jamaica ; 
1859M861''; Capt R.N. (Egyptian and 
S. African Meds.); Comm. H.M.S. 
' Galatea' ; m. d. of W. Friend ; died 1901. 

Frederick John. Of Instow, N. Devon ; 
son of Rev. H. S. E., of St John's Wood, 
N.W. ; 1859'-1862» ; died 1878. 

Richard Wiluam Okes. Son of 
H. A. v.. Architect, of London ; 1858»- 
1859'; formerly Lieut R.N. ; m. Mrs. 
Emily Marks, d. of T. Archer of Cornwall ; 
dead. 



Annbslet Wesley. Son of H. A. V., 
Architect, of London ; 1869'-1859% ent 
again 1862*-1863* ; Architect; m. Agnes 
Moncreiffe Short, d. of D. Salmond, M.D., 
Edin. 59 Broten St., Paddington, Sydney, 
J!i.S. Wales. 

Charles Samuel. Son of R. A. R. of 
Amport, Andover ; 1859"-1866* ; Steward 
of Magd. Coll. Oxf. : Solicitor ; m. 
Elizabeth, d. of Charles John Todd. 
14 Southampton St., Bloomsbury, W.C. 

Unplaced. 

Scirrr Cboxton. 1859M864' ; formerly 
in the 7Ui Dragoon Gds. 

John Douglas. Son of Rev. C. H. J., 
Yicar of St Saviour's, Frampton Cotterell, 
Bristol; 1859'-1862'; Solicitor of the 
Supreme Court ; Registrar of Tavistock 
County Court; m. Mary Grace, d. of 
Rev. T. Y. N. Griffith, Vicar of Cumnor, 
Oxford. Tavy Cottage, Tavistock. 



N 



90 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



INTEEMEDIATE LIST. 

Names of boys entered between Election 1856 and 1859, who left Eton before Election 1859, and are therefore 

not included in the foregoing List. 



King 

CW.L.B.) 



Johnstone 

(W.B.M.) 

Bund Willis 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.E.) 



Mr. Henniker- 
Major 

(Mrs. v., W.L.E.) 



Curtis-Hay ward 

(II.D.) 



Douglas max. 

(Mrs. v., W.B.M.) 

Craigie 

(R.D.) 

Hanmer 

(F.E.D.) 

Duncombe 
(Miss E., w.w.) 



Empson 

(C.K.P.) 



Col. Prkderick Henry. Son of J. K. of 
Loxwood Hoase, Lorwood, Billing^harst, 
Sussex ; 1866»-1867» ; Ck)l. 40th and 77th 
Begts., served in New Zealand 1863-5 ; m. 
J. D., d. of W. S. Hodgson of Kingston-on- 
Thames ; died Feb. 20, 1896. 

George Herbert. Son of Her. 0. D. J. 
of Stonegate, Sassex ; 1856M857' ; died 
Jan. 25, 1857. 

John William (aft. Willis-Bund), F.S.A.., 
F.L.S., J.P., D.L. Son of J. W. W. of Wick 
Episcopi ; 1866'-1867' ; Oalus Coll. Oamb. ; 
M.A. ; Ist Gl. Law Trip, and Ghauc. Legal 
Med. 1867; Barrister-at-Law ; Ghmn. of 
Worcesters Qr. Sessions and C.G. ; J.P. for 
co.s Worcester and Gardigan ; D.L. for co. 
Worcester ; m. 1st, Harriette Penelope, d. 
of Richard Temple of The Nash, Worcester ; 
2nd, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Gen. Rennell 
Thackeray, G.B. Wick Episcopi^ Worcei- 
ter^ and 15 Old Sg.y Lincoln** Inn, W.C. 

Hon. John Major (6th Lord Henniker), 
F.S.A. Of Thomham Hall, Eye ; eld. 
son of John, 4th Lord H., of Thomham : 
1856»-1869>; Trin. Coll. Gamb. ; M.A. ; 
M.P. for E. Suffolk 1866-70 ; a Lord-in- 
Waiting to Queen Victoria 1877-«0, 1885-6, 
1886-93 and 1895 ; Gov. of the Isle of 
Man 1896-1902 ; Hon. Gol. 6th Vol. Bn. 
Suffolk Regt.; P.G.M. of Suffolk 1885- 
1902 and Isle of Man 1889-1902 ; J.P. and 
D.L. for Suffolk ; J.P. for Norfolk ; m. 
Lady Alice Mary Ouffe, d, of John Otway 
O'Gonnor, 3rd Earl of Desart ; died June 
27, 1902. 

LiEUT.-GoL. John Frederick, J.P. Eld. 
son of J. G.-H. of Quedgeley ; 1856»-1858» ; 
formerly Lieut-Gol. King's Own Scottish 
Borderers ; J.P. for co. Gloucester. 
Manor Farm House, Quedgeley, Gloucester. 

LiEDT.-GoL. Huoh Alexander. Son 
of Rev. A. D. ; 1856»-1857» ; Lieut-Col. 
R.A. (ret). 9 Piazza di Spagna, Rome. 

John Hamilton, F.R.G.S. ld56'-1858* ; 
formerly of Chelsea Dental Hospital ; died 
unm. 

Sir Edward John Henry, 5th Bt Of 
Hanmer Hall, co. Flint ; son of Sir W. E. H., 
4th Bt, of Hanmer ; 1856»-1857» ; m. Mary 
Elizabeth, d. of Gol. Richard Fosse ; died 
May 3, 1893. 

Capt. Alfred Charles, J.P. Son of 
Hon. and Very Rev. A. D., D.D., Dean of 
York ; 1856»-1858» ; joined Ist Life Gds. 
1862, ret as Capt 1870 ; Hon. Maj. Staffs 
Yeo. ; J.P. for Staffs, High Sheriff 1883 ; 
J.P. for CO. Derby ; m. Lady Anne Florence 
Adelaide Montagu, d. of Rt Hon. John 
WilUam, 7th Earl of Sandwich. CaltPich 
Abbey, Ashbourne. 

John Henry. Of Yokefleet Hall, How- 
den, and Ripple Hall, Worcester ; eld. son 
of J. W. E. of Yokefleet ; 1856'-1859*; Lieut. 
Wore. Yeo. ; m. Alice, d. of Robert 
Cornelius Lister of Ousefleet Grange, York ; 
died Aug. 29, 1881. 



Gascoigne 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 

Wight 

(W.L.E.) 

Wilson 

(Mrs. de R., W.L.E.) 

Smith-Barry 

(J.W.H. & O.C.W.) 



Turner 

(T.H.S., C.T.P.) 

Bristow 

(T.H.S., C.T.P) 

Griffith 

(W.A.C.) 

Astley 

(E.B.) 



Rawlins 

(Mrs. de R., aft K.S., 
G.T.P., O.G.W. & 
W.J.) 

Douglas ma, 

(Mrs. V. & W.B.M., 
W.B.M.) 

Douglas mi, 

(Mrs. v., C.T.P.) 

Douglas min. 

(Mrs. v., C.T.P.) 



Worthara 

(MiHS E., W.B.M.) 



Ernest Frederic Sackville. Son of 
Gen. E. F. G. of 14 Lowndes Sq., S.W. ; 
1856»-1858' ; formerly in the Guards ; died 
1879. 

Albert. Of Braboenf, Surrey; son of 
A. W. of Braboeuf ; 1856*-1867* ; New ColL 
Oxf. ; m. Mary, d. of CoL Came Boulderaon. 

Henry James Carrington. 1856*- 
1857* ; formerly in the Admiralty Office. 

James Hugh, J.P. 2nd son of J. H. S.-B. 
of Marbury Hall, Northwich, and Fota 
Island, Queenstown ; 1856»-1858' ; Oh. Ch. 
Oxf. ; formerly in the Gren. Gds. ; J.P. for 
Wilts ; High Sheriff for co. Louth 1872 ; 
m. Lady Charlotte Jane Cole, d. of William 
Willonghby, 3rd Earl of Enniskillen. 8to- 
well Lodge, Pewsey, S.O., Wats. 

CHARLE.S MosLBY. 1856»-1868* ; Lieut 
60th Rifles ; killed by a fall from his horse. 

Robert. Son of — B. of Broxmore 
Park, Wilts ; 1856'-1857* ; dead. 

John Wynn. Son of — G. of Llanfair 
Hall, Camarvon ; 1856»-1856*. 

Arthur Frederick. 4th son of Sir F. 
D. A.J 2nd Bt, of Everley, Marlborough ; 
1856'-1858'; formerly Capt 11th Regt; 
m. Julia, d. of Charles Henry Rgot ; died 
Dec. 29, 1883. 



William Donaldson. 
entered again 18b9*-1864'. 



1856M858" ; 



Archibald Seymour John. Son of 
Rev. A. D. ; 1857>-1859> ; m. P. R., d. of 
H. Burges ; died 1878. 

Sholto Philip. Son of Rev. A. D. ; 
1857'-1858»; formerly in the 52nd Lt 
Infty. ; died unm. 1871. 

Rev. James Wbscomb. Son of Rev. A. 
D. ; 1857»-1858' ; Magd. CoU. Camb. : B.A ; 
Curate of Yate, Glos, 1871-2, Ascot 
Heath 1872, Wick, Bristol, 1873-4, Speen, 
Newbury, 1874r<, Bnrgate, Salisbury, 
1876-8, Stratfleld-Mortimer, Berks, 1880-2; 
Vicar of Aldermaston, Reading, 1882-8 ; 
Rector of Monnington, Hereford, 1889-92 ; 
m. Isabella, d. of Rev. C. H. Johnstone. 
Bursledon House, Dawlish. 

Rev. Biscob Hale. Of Kneesworth 
Hall, Royston, Herts ; eld. son of B. H. 
W. of Kneesworth; 1857'-1868* ; Trin. 
Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. ; Curate of St Mary 
Magdalene, Paddington, 1870-2, Shep- 
perton, Middlesex, 1878-3, Old Windsor 
1873-4; Vicar of Shepreth, Royston, 
1874-80 ; Rector of Eggeaford, N. Devon, 
1880-8; m. Malvina Georgiana, d. of 
William Shipton Browning. The Vicarage, 
Stanttead St. Margaret, Ware. 



1859.] 



INTERMEDIATE LIST. 



91 



Hulme 

(Miss B., O.C.W.) 

Eawson 

(Mrs. D., F.B.D.) 



Pochin 

(O.O.J.) 



Bampton 

(Miss E., O.W.) 

Earle 

(F.V., W.J.) 



Streatfeild 

(Miss G., W.J.) 



Vivian 

(Miss G., J.L.J.) 

Hamilton 

(Mrs. v., O.C.W.) 



Login 

(W.B., F.B.D.) 



Mott 

(W.B., 0.0. W.) 



Arbuthnot 

(A.F.B.) 



Wilkinson 

(J.W.H.) 



Hoey 

(J.W.H.) 



George Gilbert. 1«67*-1868'. 



Rev. Christopher Thomas Wright. 
Eld. sou of C. R. of Petersfield ; 1867'- 
1858' ; lienoxville Coll. Canada ; M.A. ; 
Curate of Rcton Province of Ontario 1865 
-70 ; Assist. Min. of Quebec Cathedral 1870 
-83 ; Vicar of Low Wray, Ambleside, 
1883-5, Brathay 1885-99 ; m. Janie 
Forsythe, d. of J. Grant of Sherbrooke, 
Canada ; died July 26, 1899. 

George William, J.P. Eld. son of W. A. 
P. of Edmoudstone Hall, Oakham ; 1857'- 
1859' ; formerly Lieut in the Buffs ; J.P. 
for C0.8 Lincoln and Leicester; m. Ist, 
Marianne, d. of Robert de Barry of Fitz- 
william St. Dublin ; 2nd, Mildred, d. of G. 
Nickisson of Carlisle Mansions, S.W. 
Barkby Hall, Leicester. 

Henry. Son of Rev. J. B. of Dover ; 
1857'-1858». 

Maj. George Edward. 3rd son of 
C. B. of 27 Park St., W. ; 1867 '-ISSS'' ; 
R.M. Coll. Sandhurst; formerly in the 
14th Regt., aft. 6th Dragoon 6ds. ; m. 
Emily Fanny Georgiana, d. of Hon. George 
Edgcumbe ; died June 1, 1878. 

Frank Newton, C.M.G. 3rd son of 
W. C. S., of Chart's Edge, Kent ; 1867'- 
1858'; Commandant of Fingo Levies in 
Zulu War 1877-9 (C.M.G.) ; R. M. Transkei, 
1878-84 ; Civil Commr. British Bechuana- 
land 1887-9 ; m. Agatha, d. of Richard Fry 
of The Canons, Mitcham. Footings, Eden 
BHdge, Kent. 

Arthur Shirley. Son of Maj. Q. V. of 
Wellingborough and Tregavethau, Truro ; 
1857'-1858'. 

Henry Charles. Eld. son of H. C. H., 
C.S.L, Bengal CivU Service ; 1867'-1868' ; 
Lieut.-Col. 2nd Cav. Hyderabad Con- 
tingent ; m. Emily Agues, d. of Maj.-Gen. 
J. N. H. MacLean of Coll, co. Argyll ; 
died May 9, 1888. 

Edward Wiluam Spencer. Son of 
Sir J. S. L., Kt., of Castle Meuzies, co. 
Perth, and Ashbnrtou Lodge, Roehampton, 
S.W. ; 1857'-1868» ; Indian Finance Dept ; 
died unm. Dec. 16, 1877. 

Edward Spencer (Nathaniel Gubbins). 
2nd son of W. M. of Wall, near Lichfield ; 
1857'-1868»; R.M. CoU. Sandhurst; ent. 
19th Regt. 1862; served on Frontiers of 
India and Burmah till the end of 1867 ; 
joined * Sporting Times,' 1877 ; con- 
tributed to * Pioneer ' (India) in the first 
year of publication, aft. contributed to 
*Pall Mall Gazette,' * Lady's Pictorial,' 
'Baily's Magazine,' and many other 
publications ; Journalist. ' Sporting 
Times' Office, 57 Fleet St., B.C. 

Arthur. Son of Gen. C. G. J. A. of 
Woodford House, Northants ; 1867'-1868' ; 
Lieut, in the Rifle Bgde., ret. 1867 ; m. 
Emily, d. of William Cuthbert of Beau- 
front Castle, Northumberland ; died 1887. 

Thomas Clifton. Eld. sou of T. C. W. 
of NewaU and Winterbum ; 1857'-1858» ; 
formerly in the 72nd Regt. Nettall Hall, 
Otley, aud Winterburn Hall, Skipton-in- 
Craven. 

Clement James. Son of Lieut.-Col. 
W. T. H., C.B., 30th Regt., of Hoeyfield, 
CO. Wicklow ; 1857'-1857» ; aft. Wellington 
Coll. ; Durham Univ. ; B.A. ; twenty- 
eight years a Merchant in London ; m. 
Ellen Maxwell, d. of H. W. Maxwell-Lyte 
of Berry Head, Devon. Woodstock House, 
Elmstoell, Bury St. Edmunds. 



Watts 



Wood 

(Mrs. v., C.W.) 

King 

(W.B., O.C.W.) 



Bruce 

(Mrs. D., O.C.W. 
F. St. J.T.) 



Eraser 

(C.W.) 

Byron 

(Miss G., W.B.M.) 



Sanderson 

(W.W.) 

Hope- Johnstone 

(T.H.S., C.T.P.) 



Woodcock 

(T.H.S., C.T.P.) 

Stepney 

(W.A.C.) 

Lord A. Clinton 

(W.E., O.C.W.) 



Leycester 

"(Mrs. v., O.C.W.) 



Lenox 

(W.W.) 



Maycock 

(Mrs. D., E.D.S.) 

Norman 

(Mrs. D., C.T.P.) 

Blackburn 

(O.C.W.) 

Hornby 

(C.W.) 



Edward Hanslopb, J.P. Son of W, W. 
of Hanslope ; 1857'-1869' ; Trin. CoU. 
Camb. ; B.A. ; J.P. for Bucks and 
Northants ; m. Sophia Edith, d. of Richard 
William Selby Lowndes of The Elms, 
Bletchley. Hanslope Fark, Stony Strajtford, 

Horatio Jambs. 1857»-1868». 



"Willi am Edward (aft. King-King), J.P., 
D.L. 2nd son of J. K.-K. of Staunton Park ; 
1857»-1859'; J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford ; 
m. Lady Florence Elizabeth Lowry-Corry, 
d. of Armar, 3rd Earl Belmore. Staunton 
Court, Staunton-on-Arrou), E.S.O., Here- 
fords, and Bodenham Manor, Leominster. 

Col. Hervby Juckes Lloyd, D.L. Eld. 
son of Rt. Hon. Sir H. H. B., 3rd Bt, of 
Downhill, nr. Coleraine ; 1857»-1869' ; Col. 
Coldstream Gds. (ret.) ; D.L. for London- 
derry ; m. Ellen Maud, d. of Percy Ricardo 
of Bramley Park, Guildford. Cl^ton Hall. 
Nottingham. 

Thomas Hiram. 
Oxf. 



1867"-1858' ; Ch. Ch. 



Commander Richard Henry, R.N. 
Son of T. B. of Coulsdon Court, Caterham, 
Caterham Valley, Surrey ; 1867'-1858' ; 
Royal Navy (ret.) ; m. Sophia, d. of Charles 
Campbell of New South Wales. Gads Hill 
House, Rochester. 

Algernon Robert. 1867='-1868' ; Lieut. 
lOlst Bengal Fusiliers ; killed in the 
Umbeyla Pass Nov. 1863. 

Percy Alexander. Of Ardeallagh 
House, CO. Meath ; 2ud son of W. J. H.-J. of 
Anuandale and Rachills, Dumfries ; 1867"- 
1857' ; formerly Capt. 60th Rifles ; m. 
Eveljni Anne, d. of Capt. George Gordon 
Hope-Johustone ; died Aug. 7, 1899. 



Charles Alexander John. 
1867' ; St. Edmund's Hall, Oxf. 



1857"- 



Herbert. 1867'-1858' ; formerly in th 
79th Highlrs. 

Albert Sidney Pblham-. 4th son of 
Henry Pelham, 5th Duke of Newcastle, 
K.G.; 1867M858'; formerly in the R.N. ; 
m. Frances Evelyn, d. of — Deane of 
Winchester, and widow of Capt. Edward 
Stotherd, 60th R'fles ; died March 1, 1884. 

Rape Oswald. Of Toft Hall, Knutsford ; 
eld. son of R. G. L. of Toft Hall ; 1867»- 
1859' ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; m. Edith, d. of Hubert 
de Burgh of West Drayton, Yiewsley, 
Middlesex. 6 Cheyne Walk, S. W. 

John George Jones (aft. Lennox). Son 
of J. L. of Chautlers, East Grinstead ; 
1857'-1868' ; Christ's Coll. Camb. ; m. 
Joan Niven, d. of John Moore of Carse- 
minnoch, Minnigaff, co. Kirkcudbright. 
Balado Cottage, Kinross, Fife, N.B. 

James Dottin. 1867'-1858" ; formerly 
in the R.N. ; died in Jersey April 1896. 



Edward. 
1861'-1865». 



1857''-1858' ,- entered again 



James. Of Killeam, Glasgow ; son of 
P. B. of Killearn ; 1857»-1858» ; formerly 
in the R.N. ; called to the Bar 1868 ; dead. 

Wiixiam. Sou of Ven. W. H., Archdn. 
of Lancaster and Yicar of St. Michaels-on- 
Wyre, Garstang, Lanes ; 1857'-1868' ; died 
at Eton March 25, 1868. 



92 



ETON SCHOOL LISTS. 



[1859. 



Angerstein 

(W.UH.) 



Hutchings 

(J.W.H.) 

Evans 

(W.L.B.) 

Mr. Lawless 

(J.W.H.) 



Andrew 

(R.D., O.T.P.) 

Tabor 

(J.W.H.) 



Elwes 

(F.E.D.) 



Hodison 

(K.S.,C.K.P.) 



Blake-Hiimfrey 

(Mi98 G., E.D.a) 



I William John Nbttleship. Of 
. Weeting Hall, Braudou ; son of Lieut. -Gen. 
j J. J. W. A. of Weeting ; 1857»-1868» ; J. P. 
' for Norfolk ; m. Aogasta Frances Anne, d. 

of Sir Henry Ainslie Hoare, 5th Bt, of 

Stoorhead, Bath; died 1892. 



Ghableb Robert. 
of Trin. Coll. Oxf. 



1857M859*; Sch. 



Hbrbert George. 1867M868' 
merly in the Mercantile Marine. 



for- 



HoN. Frederick. Of Blackrock, Dab- 
lin : 4th son of Edward, 3rd Lord Gloncnrry; 
18«7*-1858* ; Gentleman-in-Walting in the 
Hoosehold of the Duke of Marlborough, 
when Lord-Lieut, of Ireland ; formerly 
Lieut Louth MiL St, Jamet't Club^ 106 
Piccadilly^ W. 

Harry Patrick. Of Charlesfield House, 
Midlothian ; 1867»-1867» ; formerly in the 
8th Hussars. 

Francis Hope. Son of Rev. R. S. T. of 
Oheam, Sutton, Surrey ; 1867»-1867» ; was 
Ist Lieut, in the R.N., H.M.S. *Eurydice' 
when she foundered off the Isle of Wight, 
Jan. 24, 1878 ; Monument in the Chapel, 
Portsmouth Dockyard. 

Arthur Cart. 3rd son of G. G. E. of 
10 Eaton Place, S.W. ; 1868'-1858» ; Lieut, 
in the R.N. (ret.) : m. Ellen Emma, d. of 
Charles Tuckwell. Roxbjf^ Leigham St., 
Plpnouth. 

Vernon Jambs. Eld. son of Rev. J. S. 
H., D.D., Rector of Sanderstead, Croydon ; 
1868»-1868» ; Addiscombe Coll. ; Lieut. 4th 
Bengal Cav.; died unm. at Dinapore, India, 
Nov. 27, 1863. 

LiEUT.-GoL. Thomas, J.P. 8nd son of 
R. B.-H. of Wroxham House, Norwich ; 
1868*-1869' ; Lieut.-Col. 1st Liverpool Regt. 
(ret.) ; J.P. for Norfolk, ffeggatt Hall, 
Horsteadf Norwich. 



Hildyard 

(F.B.D.) 



Blackwood 

(J.W.H.) 



Dugdale 

(W.B.M.) 



Gosset 

(J.W.H.) 



Buck 

(W.L.B.) 



Davis 

(W.L.E.) 

Smith 
Perceval 

(R.D.) 



Marquis of Douglas 
and Gydesdale 

(W.E., A.F.B.) 



Robert Charles Thoroton. 2nd son 
of T. B. T. H. of Flintham Hall, nr. 
Newark ; 1858*-1868' ; formerly in the 
Rifle Bgde. ; m. Anne Cathrine, d. ot 
Robert D'Arcy Hildyard of Cobnm Manor, 
nr. Richmond, Yorks ; died Jan. 25, 1886. 

Francis Jambs Lindesat. Of Norton 
Court, Sittingboume ; son of Capt P. P. B., 
KN. ; 1868M868* ; formerly In the RN. ; 
m. Adeline Elizabeth, d. of M. Ramsden 
Glover ; died March 80, 1892. 

Commander Edward Stratford, R.N. 
6th son of W. & D. of Merevale Hall, 
Atherstone ; 1868'-1859' ; Cbmmr. in the 
R.N. (ret.) ; m. Alice Florence, d. of Alfred 
Richards, Barrister-at-Law. Gordon Lodge, 
Abopne, R,S.O., co. Aberdeen, 

Philip Hbnrt. 3rd son of Maj. A. G., 
R.H.A., of Eltham House, Eltham, and 
Town Court, Orpington, Kent; 1858*-1858»; 
Cheltenham 0)11. ; a Farmer in Virginia, 
n.S.A. ; died unm. Sept 14, 1893. 

Thomas Alpheus, M.B. Lond. Son of 
T. B. of London; 1858'-1868»; entered 
again 1860»-1861» ; Univ. of London ; M.B. ; 
Senior Surgeon, Royal Isle of Wight Ck>anty 
Hospital. 79 George Street, Rigde, Isle of 
Wight. 

Edward Gabriel. Son of W. D. of 
Cranbrooke Park, Leytonstone, N.E. ; 
1868«-1869» ; Trin. CoU. Camb. ; B.A. 

1868»-1868». 

Philip Charles Lenox. Of CV)wes, 
Isle of Wight ; 1869'-1869» ; m. Hon. 
Ernestine WeUington Sidney, d. of Philip 
Charles, 1st Lord De Lisle and Dudley ; 
died April 1, 1897. 

William Alexander Louis Stephen 
(12th Duke of Hamilton). Eld. son of 
William Alexander Anthony Archibald, 
11th Duke of H. ; 1869*-18«9'; Ch. Ch. 
Oxt ; Col. Royal Lanarks Mil. ; Hon. Col. 
3rd Bu. Highland Lt Infty. and Hon. Col. 
Teo. Cav. ; m. Lady Mary Louisa Eliza- 
beth Montagu, d. of William Drogo, 7th 
Duke of Manchester ; died May 16, 1896. 



INDEX TO THE ETON SCHOOL LISTS 

FOR THE YEARS 1853—1859. 

*^* The yecPT in the Jirat column is the last in which a Boy's name occurs, (md where pa/rtic^ila/rs will be found. 

The last column indicates the page. 



AB— AT 
1856 Abbot, Hon. Reginald Charles 

Edward (Lord Colchester) . 37a 
1859 Acland, Sir Charles Thomas 

Dyke .... 426,676 

„ Francis Gilbert Dyke . . 666 

„ Adams, Edward Willoughby . . 626 

Ailesbary, Marqais of — see Brace. 
„ Aiuger, Arthur Campbell . 306, 516 
1866 Ainswortii, Richard Henry . 206, 346 
1853 Alderson, Frederick Cecil . . 11a 
1859 Alexander, James Dalisou . 746 

„ — - James Fane .... 78a 
1853 Allen, George Woranzow 196 

1859 Charles Francis Egertoii 

„ Herbert James 

„ Henry Toomay 

„ John Higgins . 

„ Jeflery Jallian 

1856 AUeyne, Charles Stuart Forster- 

1859 Forster McGeachy . 

„ Henry Wyndham . 

1853 Allfrey, Irvine Stening . 

1859 Amcotts. Vincent Amcotts Cra- 

croft- 

1853 Ames, Alfred 

„ Amherst, Hon. Percy Arthur 

1859 Amhurst, Francis Tyssen- . 446, 616 

„ Anderson, Francis Foljambe . 44a, 636 

„ George 736 

„ Andrew, Harry Patrick . . . 92a 
„ Angerstein, William John Nettle- 
ship 92a 

Annesley, Hon. William Octavius 

Beresford 206 

Anson, Hon. Adelbert John Ro- 
bert 42a, 58a 

Sir William ReyneU . . 62a 

Antrobas, Frederick ... 76 

Edward Crawf urd . . . 43a 

Apthorp, George Francis . 20a, 34a 
Arabin, William Saint Julien . 45a 
Arbuthnot, William ... 136 
Arthur 91a 



406,66a 
41a, 576 
426, 56a 
. 83a 
. 456 
• 69a 
. 62a 
146 

69a 
186 
20a 



1853 
1859 



1853 
1856 



1853 
1859 



1853 
1859 



1863 



1859 
1853 
1869 



1863 
1856 



Robert George . . . 41a, 55a 

Archer, Charles Gordon . . . 86a 
Ardilaun, Lord — see Guinness. 
Argyll, Duke of— «e« Lome. 
Arkwright, George . 

Arthur Chandos 

Francis . 

\rmstrong, Charles Edward . 
Arian, Karl ot—see Sudley. 
Arundell— ^see Mouckton. 
Ashford, Henry William 

WUliam . . 

Asbmore, FitzRoy Paley 
Assheton, Richard Orme 
Astley, Arthur Frederick 
AthoU, Duke of-^«« Lord Tulli- 

bardine. 
Atkins — see Bumaby. 
Atkinson, Thomas .... 176 
^— John Dickinson . . 36a 



4a 
446,606 
. 74a 
. 116 



21a 
3a 

81a 
4a 

906 



. 116 
86 
186, 326 
. 706 
46fr,74a 
. 106 
. 116 
. 19a 
216, 36a 
70a 
596 
9a 
. 476 
366,64a 
466, 636 



29a 
16a 
91a 
136,28a 
77a 



BA— BE 
1863 Bacon, Walter 
„ Bagge, Richard Salisbury 

1856 Thomas Edward 

1859 Herbert . 

„ Bailey, Crawshay . 
1853 Baillie, Alexander Peter 

„ Matthew John 

„ William Hunter 

1856 James Baron . 

1859 Francis Henry James 

„ Bailward, Thomas Henry Methuen 
1853 Baker, George Rodney Trimnell . 

1856 Hon. Sir Richard Ohaffey 

1859 Granville Edwin Lloyd . 

„ Henry Orde Lloyd . 

see also Wingfield. 

Baker-Cresswell^^« Cresswell. 
1856 Balls, Robert Harry 
1853 Balston, Richard James . 
1869 Bampton, Henry . 
1856 Baring, Thomas 

1859 Henry Alexander . 

„ Walter .... 

1866 Barker, Percy Fitzhardinge Ray- 
mond- .... 
1869 Barnard, Lindsay Henry John 
1866 Bame, Frederick St. John Newde- 

gate 

1859 Philip Julius Houywood 

Ayscogh .... 45a, 646 
1853 Barueby, John Habington (aft. 

Lutley) 216 

1869 Bamett, Charles Edward . . 856 

„ •: — George Wheate . . 380, 546 

„ Barrington, Walter Bulkeley 

(Viscount Barrington) 

„ Ythil Arthur 

see cUso Kennett. 

1856 Barry, Arthur Hugh Smith- (Lord 
Barrymore) .... 

1869 George John .... 

„ James Hugh Smith- 

Barrymore, Lord— we Barry. 
1863 Barter, Henry .... 

„ Barton, Augustus Henry 

1856 GeofiEry .... 

1859 Bashford, William .... 
1863 Baskerville, Walter Thomas 

Mynors 

1866 Herbert Witherstone Mjmors 

„ John .... 196, 33a 

1S69 Edward Reginald Mynors 40a, 56a 

„ Bastard, John Algernon . 486, 786 

Bath and Wells, Bishop of— see 

Kennion 

1863 Battiscombe, Arthur ... 8a 

1856 Bayly, Thomas Harvey Dutton 176, 816 

1853 Beach, Sir Michael Edward Hicks- 6a 

1866 WiUiam Frederick Hicks- . 386 

1863 Beadon, Reginald Henry . . 24a 
1866 Beale, Daniel Chauncey . . .35a 

Beattie-Pownall— «tf« Pownall. 
1853 Beaumont, Richard ... 66 



736 



456 
866 



43a 



866 
71a 



46a 
76a 
906 

3a 
24a 
436 
67a 

246 
38a 



. 796 
. 80a 
446,61a 
. 85a 

41a, 67a 



BE— BO 

1866 Beaumont, Cecil William . . 50a 

„ Beckford, Francis John Bramston 46a 

Bective, Earl of— see Kenlis. 

1853 Bedford, Charles .... 14a 

„ Henry 176 

1856 Bell, Matthew John . . 19a, 336 

1869 Charles George . 22a, 416, 686 

„ Benson, William Denman . . 85a 

1858 Bent, Stephen Weston ... 16 
1856 Benyou, Henry .... 366 
1859 Edward Loyd .... 86a 

„ Beresford, Lord William Leslie De 

laPoer 88a 

Beresford-Drummond, see Drnm- 
mond. 
„ Bernard, Percy Brodrick 
„ Bertie, Hon. Alberic Edward . 

„ Hon. Sir Francis Levesou 

., Best, Marmaduke Head . 

Beswicke-Royds— ««« Royds. 
„ Bethell, Hon. Walter John . 
1853 Biddulph, Richard Myddelton- (aft. 

Myddelton) 126 

1869 Gilbert Hugh Myddeltou- 

„ Bill, Charles .... 
1866 Billington, Augustus Hanmer 
1853 Birch, Wyrley Wyrley- . 
„ Bircham, Sam 

1856 Francis Thomas 

1859 Ambrose Humphrys 

„ Birley, Edward Hornby . 
„ Blackburn, James . 
1853 Blaokmore, Arthur 
1869 Blackwood, Francis James Lindesay 
1856 Blake, Cecil Augustus . 

Blake-Humfrey — see Hnmfrey. 

1859 Blandford, George Charles, Marquis 

of (Duke of Marlborough) 
1866 Blandy, John (aft. Blandy-Jen 

kins) .... 

1859 Blennerhasset, William . 

„ Blisset, John Freeman . 

1853 Blofeld!, Thomas Calthorpe 

1859 Bodkin, WiUiam Douglas 

Bolton, Ijord—see Powlett. 

1853 Bond, Henry 176 

1869 Bonham, Sir Gteorge Francis . . 836 
„ Booth, Sir Henry William Gore- . 67a 

Bootle-Wilbraham— «tf« Wilbraham. 
„ Boringdon, Albert Edmund, Vis- 
count (Earl of Morley) . . 57a 
1853 Borrer, Cary Hampton . . .166 

1856 Clifford Fortescue ... 406 

„ Borrett, George Tuthill . . 106,266 
„ Bosanquet, Frederick Albert . 66, 26a 

1859 Bernard Tindal . . 406, 56a 

„ Edmund Fletcher . 16a, 296, 516 

„ Robert Holford Macdowall 

20a, 326, 62a 
1863 Bonghey, George .... 8a 

„ Sir Thomas Fletcher . . 66 

1859 Robert . . . . 40a, 56a 

1866 Bourne, George Hugh . . . 37a 



626 
60a 
24a 
14a 

206,346 
72a 

406,556 
916 
3a 
926 
856 



77a 

20a, 336 
69a 
796 
56 

466, 616 



94 



INDEX. 



1866 
1869 



1863 
1866 



1863 
1869 



1866 
1869 



1866 
1869 



1866 
1869 

1866 
1863 
1869 

1866 

1869 



1863 
1866 



1869 
1863 

1866 
1863 
1866 



1869 



1863 
1866 



1863 
1866 
1869 

1863 

1856 

1869 
1863 

1866 
1869 



BO— BU 
Bourne, Sir James Dyson . . 60& 
Bovill, Paget Eastace . . . 86& 
Bowman, Sir William Paget . 47a, 70a 
Bowmont, James Henry Robert, 
Marquis of (Dnke of RoxbargheJ 

206, 36a 
Bowyer, Henry . , . . 8& 

Pitzwilliam Wentworth Atkyns 

176, 31& 
Bowyer-Smijth— ^s«« Smijth. 
Boyd, Francis Bacon . . .166 

Bochfort Hamilton Bochfort- 

(aft. Boyd-Rochfort) . . 80a 

Boyd-Rochfort— «e« Boyd. 
Boyle, Gerald Edmund . .366 

Edmund Montagu . . 476, 716 

Edmund Robarta ... 836 

Robert . . . - . .896 

Boys, William James . . 116, 26a 
Brabazon, Reginald, Lord (Earl of 

Meath) . . . . 40a, 666 
Brace, George Edward . . . 19a 
Brackenbury, Sir Henry . . 23a 
Braddon, William Glode . . . 436 
Bradney, John . . . 46a, 666 
Bramley-Moore — see Moore. 
Brander, Gustavus . 186, 286 
Brandreth, Henry ... 26 
Brassey, Albert .... 726 
Braye, Lord — tee Edgell. 
Brewer, William Hlbberd . 20a, 346 
Bridge, Franklin Sealy ... 46a 
Bridger, Robert Lowther . 306, 626 
Bridges, Robert Seymour . 46a, 66a 
Brinsley Richards— ^« Murray. 
Bristow, Robert .... 906 
Brodhurst, Arthur Westby . . 206 
Brodrick, Hon. Alan . . 14a, 29a 
Brooke,Thoma8WilliamLangford- 226,476 
Henry Lewis Langford- —tee 

White. 

John Townshend . . . 716 

Brougham, Hon. Henry Charles 

(Lord Brougham and Vaux) . 66 

Hon. Wilfrid ... 466 

Brouncker, Henry Francis . . 22a 
Brown, Cartwright . . . 46a 

Percy 42a 

William James ... 44a 

Charles Agnew . . . 86a 

Henry 886 

Browning, Montagu Charles . . 8a 

Oscar . . . . 86,26a 

Brownlow, John William Spencer 

Egerton Oust, Earl . . .37a 
Adelbert Wellington, Earl— ««« 

alto Gust. 
Brownrigg, John Studholme . . 37a 

Metcalfe Studholme . . 48a 

Bernard Onseley . . .66a 

Henry Studholme . . 446, 606 

Bruce, Lord Charles Frederick 

Brudenell- 87a 

Lord Henry Augustas Brude- 
nell- (Marquis of Ailesbury") 46a, 64a 

Hervey Juckes Lloyd . . 916 

Robert Dalrymple Barwlck . 896 

Brudenell-Bruce, Lord— ««* Bruce. 
Bruges, Edmund Lowther Ludlow- 21a 
Bruxner, Edward Arkwright . 216, 376 
Buchanan, Edward .... 676 
Buck, Thomas Alphens . . .926 
Buckle, Gteorge Manley ... 26 

Richard NicoUs . . .21a 

Archibald Lewis . . 9a, 266 

Wmiam Tarberville . . 46a 

Edmund .... 476, 766 

Buck'ey, Victor .... 12a 

WiUiam Burton ... 16 

Buller, Ernest Henry Manningham- 106 

Henry Montagu . . . 466 

Sir Red vers Henry. . . 33a 

Herbert Moljmeux . . , 676 

John Yarde-(Lord Churston) 486, 786 

Bulteel, Courtenay John . 41a, 66a 



1863 
1869 



1858 



1869 

1856 
1859 
1866 

1863 
1869 



1853 
1866 



1863 
1869 
1863 



1866 



1863 
1859 



1863 
1866 



1866 
1863 



1869 



1856 

1869 

1863 
1866 

1869 

1866 
It 

n 
1863 



BU— OH 
Bund, John William Willi8-^«e 

WiUis. 
Burchell-Heme-n»e« Heme. 
Burford-Hancock— nse« Hancock. 
Burke, Edmund Haviland . . 116 

Rowland Henry . . 46a, 636 

UlickJohn . . . 44a, 61a 

Burmester, Frederick Garland 37a, 53a 
Burnaby, Henry Fowke . . la 
Thomas Frederick (aft Bum- 

aby-Atkins) .... 7a 
Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley . 96 
Buruell, Edward Annesley Pegge- 

(aft. Pegge-BurneU-Milnes) . 77a 

Burr, Edward 39a 

Higford (aft Higford) 18a, 32a, 62a 

Burrell, Hon. Willoughby Merrik 

Campbell 466 

Burton, Robert Lingen ... 86 

Robert Edward Lingen . . 676 

Bury, wmiam Aubrey Marriott . 86a 

tee alto Howard. 

Butler, Lindsey Holland . . 116 

Charles Lennox . . . 47a 

Edward John . . . .476 

Arthur John .... 59a 

Cecil . ... 80a 

Edward Arthur . .776 

Hon. Henry Edmund (aft 

Butler - Rawson) (Viscount 
Mountgarret) .... 72a 

Butler-Jobuistone — see Johnstone. 
Butterworth, Reginald Wyndham 36a,636 
Butts, Aubrey Thomas . . .156 

Byass, Arthur 816 

Byng, Arthur Molyueux (aft Cran- 

mer-Byng) .... 196 

Byron, Edmund . . . 40a, 566 

Henry 766 

Richard Henry . . .916 

Cadogan, Hon. Gtoorge Henry (Earl 

Cadogan) 35a 

CaldweU, Ralph William . . 14a 

Calvert, Felix 886 

Walter Campbell ... 89a 

Cameron, Hillyard Henry Angus . 73a 
Campbell, Francis William Garden- 206 

Charles Walter ... 426 

Robert Douglas . . .476 

Baningtou Bulkley Douglas 48a, 79a 

Douglas 666 

Robert 68a 

Robert Huntly . . .696 

William Fraser . . .696 

Camperdown, Earl ot—tee Duncan. 
Campion, Charles Walter . 166, 30a 
Carew, Walter Palk ... 16a 
Carew-Gibson— ««« Gibson. 
Carington, Hon. Charles Robert 

(Earl Carrington) ... 58a 
Hon. Sir William Henry Pere- 
grine 606 

Carlisle, Earl ot—see Howard. 

Carr— *«« Gregg. 

Carrington, Ea.rl—see Carington. 

Carter, Henry Richard ... 846 

Henry TUson Shaen . . 856 

Lorance William ... 666 

Richard Henry . 16a, 30a, 526 

Thomas John Proctor 15a, 29a, 51a 

Cartwright, Stewart Davies (aft 

Enery) 37a 

Carysfort, Earl ot—tee Proby. 
Castle Cuffe, William UUck O'Con- 
nor, Lord (Earl of Desart) 48a, 77a 
Cator, Frederick Henry . . .19a 
Caulfeild, Alexander Thomas . 42a 
Cave, Edward Astley . . 136,28a 
Cavendish, Walter Frederick . 646 

William Thomas ... 66a 

Cecil, Lord Adelbert Percy . . 86a 

Lord Henry Poyntz . 9a, 26a 

Chamberlayne, Tankerville . . 406 
Chambers, William Henry . . 22a 



40a, 
400, 



29a, 
of 
37a, 
86, 
16a, 



OH— 00 
1859 Chambers, John Graham . 42a, 

„ William Thomas Hodgetts 47a, 

1853 Champemowue, Arthur 

„ Chapman, Kyrle Alfred 
1856 Frederick Barclay 

„ Spencer . 

1869 Edward WUliam 

„ Hillyar David 

„ Horace Edward 

„ William Eden . 

„ William Edward 

1856 Charrington, Nicholas Edward 
1859 Charteris, Hon. Francis . 
1866 Chawner, Claude Frederick . 
1853 Cherry, Benjamin Newman . 
Cheylesmore, Lord— tee Eaton. 
Chichester, Earl ot—tee Pelham. 

„ Chilton, Henry Haskett . 
Churston, Jjord—tee Buller. 

„ Churton, WiUiam Ralph 
1869 Edward Towneon . 

„ Henry Norris (Bishop 

Nassau) .... 
1866 Chute, Chaloner William 

„ Devereux Wiggett 

1859 Edward Russell 

„ Clanmaurice, Henry Charles Keith, 
Lord (Marquis of Lansdowne) 
1853 Clarke, Sir Charles Mansfield 
1869 Frederick .... 

„ Forster Mayers 

1866 Clayton, George Augustas 
Clayton Boat— tee East 

„ Cleasby, Richard Digby . . 126, 

1859 Stephen Francis . 

1853 Cleland, Robert Stewart 

„ ClifFord, Henry Somers Morgan . 

1856 Walter John .... 

1869 CUfton, Thomas Henry . . 47a, 
1853 Clinton, Lord Arthur Pelham- 

„ Lord Edward William Pelham- 

1869 Lord Albert Sidney Pelham- . 

1853 CUve, Hon. WiUiam Windsor 

Windsor- 

Cloncurry, Lord—^tee Lawless. 
Clonmell, Earl of—tee Earlsfort 

Earl ot—tee Scott ' 

1866 Clowes, George .... 

„ WiUiam Charles Knight. 166, 

1869 WiUiam 

„ Cobbold, Felix Thomley 196, 33a, 
Cobham, Viscount — tee Lyttelton. 
1863 Cochrane, Thomas .... 
1869 Cockbum, Alexander 
1866 Cockerell, Henry Wellesley . 
Colchester, liorA—tee Abbot 

Bishop of — tee Johnson. 

1863 Coldham, James Charles 

1869 Cole, John 

„ Lowry Egerton, Lord (Earl of 

EnnlsklUen) .... 
1853 Oolebrooke, James Robert Alfred . 
1859 Coleman, Edward Bernard . 
1863 Coleridge, Francis Gteoi^ 
1859 Coles, Vincent Stuckey Stratton . 

„ Collier, Robert (Lord MonksweU) 
1866 CoUlugs, Henry Hyatt . . 206, 
1869 ColUngwood, Edward John . 
1863 CoUlns, Charles .... 

„ Dlgby 

„ OoMn, Sir Auckland 

Combermere, Viscount— ^««« Cotton. 

„ Congrere, George .... 
1869 Oonlngham, WlUlam John Capper 

„ Couroy, Sir John .... 
Oonwj—tee Rowley. 

„ Conybeare, John WlUlam Edward 
1856 Cookesley, Frederick John . 126, 
1859 Cooper, WlUlam Synge . 

„ Coore, Alfred Thomas . 

„ Henry Mark Gale (aft Gale) 376, 

„ Corkran, Charles Seymour . 
1866 Cornish, Francis Warre . 
1859 Corrle, Arthur Brandreth 
1853 Cosby, Robert Ashworth Godolphln 



576 
706 
16a 
116 
336 
40a 
56a 
846 
566 
796 
67a 
42a 
66a 
44a 
146 



14a 

66 
51a 

536 
26a 
296 
706 

666 
146 
69a 
80a 
366 

276 
57a 
236 

4a 
44a 
71a 
196 

56 
916 

96 



376 
31a 
706 
526 

11a 
86a 
41a 



la 
59a 

78a 
16a 
70a 
11a 
68a 
756 
36a 
666 

4a 
10a 

7a 

7a 
71a 
846 

62a 
276 
596 
81a 
646 
82a 
28a 
72a 
13a 



INDEX. 



95 



766 
746 



876 
11a 



90a 



336 
676 
616 

316 



3d6 
96 
. 126 

41a, 67a 
. 12a 
. 216 
. 126 

47a, 71a 



00— jm 

1859 Cotes, Charles . 

„ Charles Cecil . 

„ Cotton, Hon. Bobert WeUington, 
Stapleton- (Yiscoaut Comber- 
mere) 

1353 Coventry, Qeorge William, Earl of 

1856 Henry Amelias Beaaclerk 

Cracroft-Amootts — tee Amcotts. 
1859 Craigie, John Hamilton . 

Cramer-Roberts— ««« Roberts. 
Cranmer-Byng — see Bjmg. 
Cranstomi — see Cmiinghame. 
1856 Craven, John Albert 
1859 Cresswell, Oswin Cumming Baker- 

„ Oswald Brnest 

1856 Crichton, John Henry, Lord (Earl 

of Erne) 

„ Croft, Sir Herbert(}eorgeDenman 17a, 31a 

1859 Henry Herbert Stephen . 36a, 536 

„ Thomas Denman . . .756 

„ Crowder, Augustas George . . 646 

„ WilUam Henry . . .716 

1856 Cuninghame, Charles Edward 

Harris (aft Edmondstoaue- 

Cranstoon) .... 

1853 Canliffe, Arthar .... 

„ Sir Robert Alfred . 

*ee also Rodger. 

1859 Canniiigham, Francis Edward 
1853 Cartis, Francis Cteorge Savage 

„ Montagu George . 

„ PhiUpJuUan . 

1859 John Egerton . 

Curtis-MajTward — see Hayward. 
„ Cast, Hon. Adelbert WelUngton 

Brownlow (Earl Brownlow) . 67a 
„ Custance, Arthur Clement . . 546 

„ Frederick Hambleton . . 776 

„ Cothell, Charles Edward . . 866 
„ Thomas George . . 86a 



1853 Dale, Clement Headington . 15a 

1856 Dallas, Sir George Edward . . 39a 
1859 Daman, Henry . . . 39a, 55a 

„ William Charles ... 786 

1856 Daniell, Ferrers WUlUm . 496 

1859 Henry Averell .... 896 

1856 Dare, Robert Westley Hall- . . 36a 

Dartrey, Earl ot—$ee Dawson. 
1853 Dashwood, Charles Keith . 186 

1856 Edward Pelham ... 406 

„ Davies, Byam Martin . 166,306 

1859 Davis, Edward Gabriel . . .926 
1856 Davy, George Baynton . 21a, 35a 

1859 Dawnay, Hon. Lewis Payn . . 76a 
1853 Dawson, Charles Alfred ... 56 

„ Edward Finch ... 46 

„ Walter Francis ... 24a 

1866 Hon. Edward Stanley . . 42a 

„ Gerard Finch . . . 15a, 31a 

„ Hon. Vesey (Earl of Dartrey) 376 

1859 ■ Hon. Richard Maitland West- 

enra 69a 

„ Day, John Ansell . . . .596 

„ Dealtry, WUliam .... 606 

1853 Dearden, James GriflEith . . . 21a 

de Bemi^re — see Smart. 
1856 Deedes, John Gk)rdon . . .376 
1859 De Grey, Hon. Thomas (Lord 

Walslngham) .... 58a 
De Laane — see Faance. 
!856 Denison, Edward .... 316 

„ Frank Cteorge .... 47a 

„ William Evelyn . . .41a 

1853 Denne, Herbert Henry ... 8a 
„ Dent, Henry Francis . 16a 

1859 Sir Alfred .... 71a 

„ Lancelot William . . .596 

Derby, Earl ot—see Stanley. 
Desart, Earl ot—see Lord Castle 

Cuffe. 
De Saumarez, Lord-^«« Saumarez. 
1856 Devas, William Frederick . . 496 
, De Vaynes, William Francis . . 46a 



1853 



1856 



1859 
1856 
1859 



1853 

1859 



1859 

1856 

»» 
1863 

1859 



1853 
1856 

1869 
1856 

1859 
1853 
1869 



1856 



1859 
1856 



DE— ED 
Deverenx, Hon. Robert (Viscount 

Hereford) 216 

de Yeaoi—see Vesey. 

de Wittr-see Witt. 

Dickinson. Reginald ... 346 

Digweed, Lyford Hugh Robert . 43a 

Divett, Edward;EU>ss . . 106,266 

George Ross .... 88a 

Dixon, Gteorge .... 456 

Dobbs, Montagu William Edward 72a 
Dodington, Henry Phelps Marriott- 

466,646 
Donkin, Arthur Edward . . 85a 

William Frederick . . 716 

Douglas, Archibald Seymour John 906 

Lord Francis William Bouverie 

Greville Charles Torke . . . 

Hugh Alexander 

James Wescomb 

Neil Douglas Cecil Frederick 

SholtoPhiUp .... 

Douglas and Clydesdale, William 
Alexander Louis Stephen, Mar- 
quis of (Duke of Hamilton) 
Dowler, Francis Edward 
Downe, Hugh Richard, Viscount 
Doyle, John Andrew . . 43a, 696 
Drummond, Cecil George Assheton 20a 

Hon. James David (Viscount 

Strathallan) .... 

Algernon Heneage . 

Francis Ciolebrooke (aft. Beres- 

ford-Drummond) 
Duberly, William .... 
Du Cane, Percy Charles . 
Dagdale, Henry Charles Geast 

John Stratford . . .20 

Edward Stratford . . .926 

Sidney 816 

Duncan, Hon. Gteorge Alexander 

Philips Haldane . . .776 

Hon. Robert Adam Philips 

Haldane (ISarl of Camper- 
down) . . . 166,306,516 
Dancombe, Charles Wilmer . . 12a 

Arthar .... 21a, 356 

Frederick William . . 22a, 38a 

Alfred Charles ... 90a 

Dunmore, Charles Adolphos, Earl of 386 
Dumiington-Jeff erson — see Jefferson, 



69a 
90a 
906 
836 
906 



176 
65a 



186 
646 



. 426 

16a, 296 

9a 



Du Pr^, James .... 75a 
Dupais, George Richard . . la 

Edward John Gore . 396, 56a 

Dumford, Edward .... 74a 

Richard . . . 22a, 356, 536 

Walter 746 

Darrant, Sir William Robert 

Estridge 496 

Datton, Hon. Charles . . . 446 
Dyke, Edwin Francis 64a 

Dyne, John Bradley . . 29a 



1859 Earle, George Edward . . .91a 
1853 Earlsfort, John Henry Reginald, 

Lord (Earl of Clonmell) . . 206 
1859 East, Sir Gilbert Augustus Gilbert 

(aft. Clayton East) ... 856 
„ Eaton, Henry Enderby . . 40a, 566 

„ Hon. William Meriton (Lord 

Cheylesmore) . . . 416, 58a 
1853 Eccles, William Hall . . .176 
1856 Eden, Hon. Robert Henley Shaw . 49a 
1853 Edgar, Robert . . . . . 46 
1859 Edgell, Hon. Edmund Vemey 

Wyatt- 836 

„ Alfred Thomas Townshend 

Wyatt- (aft. Vemey-Cave) (Lord 

Braye) 886 

Edmondstoune - Oranstoun — see 
Cuninghame. 
„ Edmonstone, George Frederick 486, 836 

„ Neil Benjamin . . 48a, 776 

1856 Edmunds, Thomas Wentworth 

Martin- 886 



. 74a 

486,84a 

. 87a 

6a 

206 

116 
356 
756 



BD— FI 
1859 Edwardes, Hon. Henry George 
„ Edwards, Francis Vivian 

,^ Priestley Augustus . 

1853 Egerton, Gteoi^ Mark Leycester . 

„ Rowland 

„ Hon. Seymour John Grey 

(Earl of Wilton) 

1856 Sir Edwin Henry . 

1859 Hon. Alan de Tatton 

„ Alfred Mordaunt . . 446, 636 

Egerton- Warburton — see Warburton. 
Eglinton, Earl of — see Montgomerie. 
Eglinton and Winton, Earl ot—see 
Montgomerie. 
„ Eldon, John, Earl of 
1853 Elers, Charles G^rge . 
„ Eliot, Hon. Charles Cteorge 
wallls 

William Nicolas George 

Elliot, Philip Herbert 



Com- 



1859 

1853 ^ . 

1859 Hon. Gilbert John (Earl of 



Mlnto) 
Bllis-Nanney— ««« Nanney. 
1856 Elvey, George Hlghmore 

1858 Elwes, Evelyn Robert Cary 

1859 Arthar Cary . 

„ Henry John . 

„ John Richard 

Cary . 

„ Ridley . 

„ Empson, John Henry 
Enery -see Cartwrlght. 
Ennlsklllen, Earl ot—see Cole, 
1856 Entwlsle, Richard 

„ WllUam . 

1859 Arthar . 

Erne, Earl ot-^see Crichton. 
1853 Emwin, Harold Augustas 
1856 Ersklne, William Macnaghten, 
1863 Evans, Gteorge Henry 
1859 Henry Arthur Meylett 

„ Herbert, George 

1853 Ewart, Sir Henry Peter 
1856 Eyre, Arthur Stanhope 
1859 Frederick Hussey Daniel 

„ Frederick John 

„ Henry Samuel 

„ Walpole Edwin 



776 
19a 



156 

48a, 73a 

12a 



806 



20a, 35a 

. 176 

. 92a 

. 796 

Harrington 

37a, 54a 
. 856 
. 90a 



. 356 
16a, 30a 
. 676 



. 10a 

ord 49a 

. 3a 

. 75a 

. 92a 

. 126 

. 406 

396, 55a 

. 896 

48a, 786 

48a, 79a 



1859 Faber, William Alexander Stanley 876 
1856 Fairfax, Thomas Ferdinand . 176, 32a 

1859 Charles Henry .... 876 

1856 Fane, Edward Boyd . . 126, 276 
1853 Farmer, William Robert Gamul . 96 

1856 Thomas Alllx . . . 166, 30a 

1853 Farquhar, Sir Eric Robert Town- 
send- 

1859 Farquharson, James John Phellps . 

„ Farrer, William Charles Love 
1853 Faulkner, Arthur . . . . 
1859 Fauuce, Chapman Delaune (aft. 
Faunce-Delaane) 

„ Edmund Gladwin . 

1866 Fawkes, Frederick Hamley 

1853 Fellden, Oswald Mosley . 

1859 Fellowes, Robert Sheldon 

1856 Fenwlck, Thomas Fenwlck 

1859 Ferguson, Robert Norman Ronald 

1853 Field, George Hanbury ... 6a 

1856 Barclay .... 11a, 27a 

1853 Flhner, Sir Edmund ... 56 

Vinch—see Wynne. 
1856 Fisher, Richard Chester . . 216, 376 
1853 Fitzgerald, Maurice George Beau- 

foy 156 

1856 Charles Lionel Wingfield . 466 

„ Fltzherbert, William Cromwell . 42a 
1859 FltzRoy, Cecil Augustus . . 666 
1856 FltzwllUam, Hon. WllUam Henry 

Wentworth- . . . 22a, 426 

„ Hon. William Wentworth- 

(Vlsooant Milton) . . 22a, 39a 

1859 Hon. William Thomas 

Wentworth- .... 84a 



3a 

67a 
846 
146 

82a 
. 82a 

18a, 31a 
. 12a 
. 87a 

22a, 386 



96 



INDEX. 



746 

76a 

8b 

. 136 

356, 686 

63a 

40a 

76 

176 

416 

43a 

86a 

636 



70a 
66a 
77a 

48a 
876 



PL-GL 
1869 Fletcher, Charles Edward 
„ Foljambe, Cecil Oeorge Savile 
(Lord Hawkesbaryj . 
1863 FoUett, George .... 

„ Hardinge Giflard . 

1869 Edward Charles 

„ Robert WlUUm Webb 

1866 Fonnerean, Thomas Neale 

1863 Forbes, Sir William (Lord Sempill) 

„ Hon. James Ochoncar . 

1866 Ford, Charles 

„ Ford, John Bandle Minsholl . 

1869 William WUbraham 

„ Forster, Paul Frederick 

Forster-AUeyne— ««« Alleyne. 
„ Forsyth, William Edwardes Hen- 

niker 

„ Fortescue, Hugh John . 
„ Foster, WiUiam Henry . 
Fo8ter-Pigott-4M Pigott. 
1866 Fowke, Frank Rede 
1869 Fowler, Charles William Lindsey . 
1866 Fox, (George Sackville Frederick 

Lane- 116,87a 

„ James Thomas Richard Lane- 80a,366 

1869 Henry Lane- . . . 486, 82a 

Fox-Strangways— «« Strangways. 
Foxcroft — see Jones. 
1866 Francis, Philip ... 19a, 336 

1863 Fraser, Hugh 66 

1866 Hagh 406 

1869 Henry Seymoar . . 876, 646 

„ Thomas Hiram . . .916 

„ Frederick, Sir Charles Edward . 63a 

„ John St. John . . . 83a 

„ Freeling, Arthar Charles . . 68a 

Freeman-Hitford— ^s«« Mitford. 
„ Freeth, Evelyn . . 466,67a 

„ Harold 886 

„ Reginald. . . 226,416,68a 

Freke— ^«« Hussey. 
„ Fremantle, Hon. Stephen James . 64a 
„ Frere, William John . . .676 
„ Freshfleld, Douglas William . . 76a 

1863 Frewen, John 236 

Fast — tee Jenner. 



1869 



1863 
1866 



1866 
1869 



1866 
1869 



1866 
1863 



1866 
1863 
1866 
1869 
1866 
1869 
1866 

1863 

1866 
1869 
1863 



Gale — iee Coore. 

Galway, Yiscoont— m« Mouckton. 
Garden, Francis Anthony . . 84a 
Ghtrden-Campbell — see CampbelL 
Gardiner, George Edward . . 17a 
Gamett, Charles Arthur . . 496 

Frederick Willock ... 44a 

Edmund Peel .... 736 

Herbert .... 44a, 61a 

Lionel . . . . . 646 

Garratt, John Arthar Thomas 466, 64a 
Gascoigne, Ernest Frederic Sackville 906 

Sir WilUam JuUus ... 666 

Gaselee, Henry . . 336, 63a 

Gaskell, Charles (George Milues . 346 

Henry Brooks . . .866 

Gathome-Hardy— <ee Hardy. 

Gatty, Reginald Alfred ... 46a 

Gkiu8sen,Ca8amijaor William. . 786 

Robert George ... 636 

Gawne, Richard Murray. . 166, 806 
Gem, Samnel Harvey ... 86 
Gtennys, Edmund John Henn- . 146 
Gteorge, John D*01ier ... 18a 
Gepp, Walter Payne . . 12a, 266 
Gibbs, Robert Crawley ... 186 

Joseph Hucks .... 87a 

Stanley Vaughan . . .866 

Gibson, Henry . . . 13a, 276 

George Carew Carew- . . 706 

Gilbert, Thomas Drammond . 426 

Giles-PuUer— «0e Poller. 

Ghidstone, John .... 246 

Samuel Steaart ... 106 

William Henry . . 14a, 286 

Stephen Edward 446, 606 

Gledstanes, Hugh Barton 166 



GL— HA 

1868 Gledstanes Walter Evans 76 
„ Glennie, Alexander Grant . . 166 

1869 William Hobson . . 38a, 66a 

1863 Godman, Percy Sanden ... 46 
1869 Arthur Fitzpatrick . . 416, 686 

„ Edmund Temple . . . 74a 

„ Gk)ldie, John Haviland Dashwood . 86a 
€k)ldie-Taubman — see Taubman. 

1868 Goldney, Arthur Charles Nelson . 10a 
„ Samuel 16 

1866 George 366 

„ John 446 

„ Gooch, Philip Sherlock . . 186,326 

1869 Sir Edward Sherlock . . 78a 

1866 €k)odall, William Alexander George 

166, 31a 

1869 Goodford, Arthur John . 46a, 62a 
„ Goodrich, Harry St. Aubyn . 41a, 636 

1863 Gordon, Arthur Pitman ... 9a 
Gordon-Ives— «e« Ives. 

1866 Gore, Edward Arthur ... 406 
Gore-Booth— ««« Booth. 

1869 Gorst, Robert Campbell .816 

1863 GosUng, Francis .... 116 

1866 Charles . . . . 20a, 33a 

„ George 46a 

„ WiUiam Cunllffe . . 14a, 29a 

1869 Herbert .... 426,69a 

„ Gosset, Philip Henry . . .936 

1863 Gould, Arthur Aobert Nutcombe . 3a 

1866 Edward . . . . 106, 36a 

1863 Gower, Granville William Gresham 

Leveson- 9a 

1869 Lord Ronald Charles Leveson- 

(aft. Sutherland-Gower) . . 86a 

1866 Graham, George . . 106, 366 

„ Thomas Philip . . .416 

1869 James, Marquis of . . 87a 

1863 Grant, Herbert .... 8a 

„ Richard Tassel Anthony . 346 

„ Wilmot 176 

1869 Arthur William . 416, 675 

„ Campbell Macpherson- . 456, 636 

„ George Francis Mytton . . 70a 

„ HnghGough .... 696 

„ Greaves, George Richard . . 836 

1853 Green, Sir Richard Dansey (aft. 

Green-Price) .... 16a 

1869 Philip 736 

„ Gregg, Charles Henry (aft. Gregg- 

Carr) 706 

1863 Grenfell, Stanley Riveradale . . 33a 
Grenville — see Neville. 
Grenville-Murray — see Murray. 

1859 Grey, Edward Codrington WiUiam 766 
„ Griffith, John Wynn ... 906 
„ Griffiths, Arthur Edward . . 736 

„ WilUam RnsseU ... 78a 

„ Grosveiior, Hon. Norman de I'Aigle 79a 
„ Hon. Thomas George . 416, 686 

1866 Grove, WllUam Chafyn . . 16a, 396 

1863 Guinness, Arthar Edward (Lord 

Ardilaun) 336 

1869'Gardon, Sir WiUiam Brampton 306, 63a 
„ Gnmey, Walter Borne . . . 666 
„ Gwyther, Alfred .... 81a 
„ Gyll, Edward Gordon ... 84a 



1869 Hadow, George Randolph . . 69a 

„ James Patrick . . . .626 

Halifax, Yi8count-^M« Wood. 

1853 HaU, Alexander WUliam . . 166 

„ Henry Samuel .... 246 

„ John 116 

1866 Charles Alexander HaU . 19a, 336 

„ James 38a 

„ Lewis Duval .... 46a 

1869 Alleyne HaU .... 786 

„ Edward Kirkpatrick 686 

„ Richard Spencer . . 446, 61a 

„ William Thomas Townend . 876 

Hall-Dare — see Dare. 

1856 Halsey, Thomas Frederick 196, S2a 

1868 Hamersley, Edward Samuel . . 216 



HA— HE 



1863 Hamilton, Francis Henry 


21a 


„ Sir Frederic Harding Anson . 


14a 


„ Hans James .... 


66 


1866 Constantine Henry 


426 


1869 Sir Edward Archibald . 896 


,56a 


„ Henry Blackbume . 396 


,666 


„ ' Henry Charles 


91a 


Duke ot—see Douglas and 

Clydesdale. 
Hamilton-Hoare— «e« Hoare. 






1863 Hamond, PhiUp .... 
1869 Graham Eden .... 


206 


83a 


„ Thomas Astley Horace . 


736 


1866 Hancock, Sir Henry James Burf ord 




Burford- . . 15a, 30a 


„ Hancocks, Augustus Talbot . 19a, 84a 


1863 Hankey, Rodolph Alexander . 


36 


1866 Ernest Thomas . . 146 


,386 


„ Montagu .... 


336 


1869 John Barnard .... 


80a 


„ Walter .... 476 


,70a 


„ Hanmer, Sir Edward John Henry 


90a 


1863 Harding, John Taylor . 

1866 Hardy, Hon. Charles Gathome (aft. 


4a 




Gathome-Hardy) 


416 


„ Hon. John Stewart (aft 

Gathome-Hardy) (Lord Med- 






way) 156 

1869 Hon. Alfred Erskine (aft. 


,30a 






66a 


„ Charles Stewart . . 46a 


64a 


1863 Hare, Theodore Julius . 


17a 


1856 Hon. Hugh Henry ... 166 


,32a 


Harewood, Earl ot—see LasoeUes. 




1853 Harington, Sir Richard . 


16 


1866 Harle, WUliam ... 196 


.33a 


1863 Harper, Leonard .... 


96 


1866 Edward Paul .... 


466 


„ George 


44a 


„ Harriott, George Robert. . 16a, 30a 


1869 Harrison, HeneageEgertonBrydges 


886 


1866 Harvey, Richard Musgrave . 1?6 


,376 


1859 Benjamin Charles . 


87a 


„ Charles Wigan . 


796 


1866 Hastings, Henry Weysfon) Charles 




Plantagenet Ra wdon-. Marquis of 


60a 






Hawkesbury, Lord— «e« Foljambe. 




1858 Hawtrey, Ralph de Beaavoir . 


18a 


1869 Edward Montague . . 476 


76a 


„ George Procter 46a, 646 


„ John Purvis .... 


88a 


„ Montague .... 


76a 


„ Hay, Robert Drnmmond 


86a 


1856 Haydon, William Henry 


41a 


1859 George PhiUp .... 


806 


1853 Hayne, Charles Scale- . 


26 


„ George WUliam . 


22a 


1859 Charles Frederick . 


726 


1863 Hayter, Sir Arthur Divett . 


2a 


1859 Hayward, John Frederick Cartis- 


90a 


1853 Heathcote, WUliam George . 


3a 


1859 Charles George 


686 


„ Charles Gilbert . . 306 


62a 


„ Robert Boothby . 


79a 


1863 Heaton, Frederick Luxmoore 


96 


1859 Hedges, Charles ... 486 


,776 


1856 Hemlng, Samael Bracebridge 23a, 396 


„ Heneage, Charles .... 


346 


„ Edward (Lord Heneage) 


34a 


Henn-Grennys — see Gtennys. 
Henniker, Lord— «e« Major. 






Henniker-Major-JM Major. 




1853 Herbert, Hon. Auberon Edward 




WiUiam Molyneox . 


.7a 


„ Edward Henry Charles . 


9a 


1866 Charles James 


466 






1869 Heme, Humphrey Frederick Heme 




BurcheU- 


64a 


1853 Hervey, Lord Augastas Henry 




Charles 


7a 


1866 John Frederick Arthar . 


84a 


1859 Lord Francis .... 


716 


H George Henry WiUiam . 


67a 



INDEX. 



97 



HE— HU 

1859 Hervey, Lord John William 

Nicholas .... 36a, 54a 

1853 Hicks, George Grisdale . . . 4& 

1859 Stanley Edward . . . 59& 

Hicks-Beach— «6 Beach. 
Higford— vf«« Burr. 

1856 Higginson, Henry Shakspeare . 4la 
„ Hildyard, Thomas Blackbome 

Thoroton . . . . . 41a 

1859 Robert Charles Thoroton . 926 

„ William .... 42a, 68a 

„ Hilton, Henry George . . . 63a 

1856 Hinchingbrooke, Edward George 
Henry Montagu, Viscount (Earl 
of Sandwich) . . . 136,286 
„ Hincks, Thomas Gowper . . 38a 

1853 Hoare, Hamilton Noel (aft. 

Hamilton-Hoare) ... 5a 

1866 Henry .... 12a, 27a 

1859 Charles 706 

„ Henry William ... 62a 

„ William 806 

„ Walter Marsham . 18a, 306, 62a 

„ Hobbs, Josiah WUliam Pearse- 386, 56a 
„ Hobson, Frederick George . . 84a 
„ Hobson, Henry Fulsford. . ■. 736 

1853 Hodge, De Burgho Edward . . 21a 
„ 'Gage John .... 96 

1859 Hodges, Henry . . . 39a, 666 
„ Hodgkinson, Sampson . 226,466,71a 

1853 Hodgson, Francis Coke Denman . 226 

1856 Francis CottereU . . 86, 26a 

„ James Thomas . . .476 

1859 Robert .... 426, 57a 

„ Hodson, Yemon James . . . 92a 
„ Hoey, Clement James . . . 91a 
„ William Henry . -. 476,73a 

1856 Hogg, Edward .... 406 

1859 Quintin 736 

„ Holbech, Edward Ambrose . . 84a 

„ Walter Henry. . . .726 

„ Holden, James Shattleworth . . 60a 
„ Hbldemess, William Brown . . 74a 
„ Holford, Gwynne Hughes Charles 

How 71a 



1853 
1856 



1859 



1853 
1856 
1853 
1856 
1859 



1856 
1853 
1859 

1856 



1859 

n 
1853 
1856 
1859 
1856 
1859 



1853 
1859 
1853 
1859 



4a 
106,27a 
. 486 
. 396, 55a 
. 336, 526 
. 486, <{4a 
Sholto 

42a, 59a 
156 
43a 
. 196 
166, 31a 
. 72a 
. 87a 



11a, 266 
14a 
83a 



Holland, Edward Thurston 

Frederick Whitmore 

HolUngworth, Christian 

Francis . 

Henry 

Reginald . 

Home, Hon. William 

Douglas 
Hood, Francis Wheler, Viscount 

Hon. Alexander Frederick 

Hope, George Robert 

Henry Walter 

Edward Stanley 

George Palmer 

James Louis Alexander . 

Hope-Johnstone— «« Johnstone. 
Hopkinson, Charles Caesar 
Hopton, Sir Edward 
Hopwood, Charles Augustus . 

Frank Edward . 21a, 366, 54a 

Hornby, Edmund Geoffrey Stanley 

206,366 

Joseph Starky . . . 166, 31a 

Cecil Ronghsedge ... 606 

William .... 916 

Home, Charles James . . . 18a 

Edward Lewis . . 15a, 30a 

Homer, John Francis Fortescue 87a, 546 
Horsbrugh, Boyd .... 37a 
Hotham, Frederick William . 38a, 546 
Hothfield, Lord-^«« Tufton. 
Howard, George James (Earl of 

Carlisle) 63a 

Henry Frederick . . .696 

Kenneth (aft. Howard-Bury) 766 

Howorth, Thomas Orton . . 6a 
Hubbard, William Egerton . . 686 
Huddleston, Geoi^ Croft . . 5a 

Tristram Frederick Croft . 78a 

Thomas Jervoise . . 386,536 



1853 



1866 
1853 



1853 
1859 
1853 



1863 



1866 
1859 



HtJ-^0 
Hudson, James .... 17a 

Robert 6a 

William Henry . . .36a 

Hugessen, Herbert Thomas Knatch- 

bnll- 5a 

William Western KnatchbuU- 156 

Hughes, Lloyd Warren George . 88a 

Trevor Charles . . .896 

Hulme, George Gilbert . . .91a 
Hulse, Charles Frederick. . 456, 656 
Hulton, William .... 62a 
Humberston, Philip Hugh . 456, 66a 
Hnmfrey, Robert Harvey Blake- 

(aft. Mason) . . . 446,60a 

Thomas Blake- ... 92a 

Humphrys, Hugh .... 18a 

Armitage Eglantine . . 64a 

Hunt, Henry Thorowgood . . 136 
Hunter, Henry Lannoy ... 96 

WiUiam George ... 86a 

Huntingfleld, Lord— see Yanneck. 

Hurt, Louis Charles . . .766 

Hnssey, Ambrose Denis (aft Hussey- 

Freke) 10a 

Eyre WUliam .... 366 

Hutchings, Charles Robert . . 92a 
Hyett, Francis Adams . . .796 



Iddesleigh, Earl of— see Northcote 
Innes-Ker — see Ker. 
1859 lohnson, Henry Fielder . . .696 
„ Iremonger, William Henry . . 74a 
1853 Isacke, Robert James ... 106 
„ Ives, Cecil Robert St. John . . 236 
„ Gordon Maynard (aft Gordon- 
Ives) 236 

1859 Emest Ferdinand . . 476, 736 



1853 

1869 
1853 

n 

1859 

1856 
1859 
1856 

1859 



1856 
1859 



Jackson, Sir Mountstuart Gtood- 

rlcke 7a 

WilUam Henry ... 16a 

James 83a 

James, Arthur Coleridge . 15a, 296, 61a 
Jarrett, Charles Bemers . . . 17a 
Jarvis, Gteorge Eden . . .21a 

Charles Edwin . . .766 

Jebb, John De Witt ... 886 
Jefferson, D'Oyly Ramsay . 12a, 27a 

Joseph John Dunnington- 486, 786 

Jeffreys, Marmaduke Darell . . 41a 
Jelf, Sir Arthur Richard . 106, 26a 

George Disney .... 80a 

Richard Henry . 22a, 41a, 676 

Jemmett, Charles Fuhr . . . 68a 

JenkinB—see Blandy. 

Jenkyns, Sir Henry . . 106,26a 

Arthur 826 

John 57a 

Richard .... 39a, 556 

Jenner, Herbert (aft Jenner-Fust) 

346,63a 



60a 

196 
236 
34a 
77a 
76a 
87a 

1856 Jessop, Robert 456 

1859 ' ■ • ~ "' 



1853 



1856 
1859 



Jennings, Richard Edward 
Jersey, Ear] ot-~see Yilliers. 
Jervis, Edward John Parker Parker- 

Emest Scott .... 

John St Vincent Parker- 

Augustus Whitehall Parker- . 

Jervoise, Francis Michael Ellis 
John Purefoy Ellis . 



1853 
1859 



1856 
1853 
1866 



Jeudwine, WiUiam Wynne . 376, 546 
Jodrell, Edward . . . 47a, 70a 
Johnson, Henry Frank (Bp. of 

Colchester) .... 26 

Arthur Henry . 476, 716 

Frederick Ponsonby . 47a, 65a 

George Wooleey ... 866 

Scutt Croxton ... 896 

Johnston, Henry Lancelot . . 48a 
Johnstone, John Julius . . . 166 

Sir Frederick John WUliam . 396 

Gteorge Charles Keppel . . 43a 

Henry Alexander Butler- (aft 

Munro-Butler-Johnstone) . 13a, 27a 



JO— LA 

1859 Johnstone, Charles Frederick 34a, 52a 

„ George Herbert . . . 90a 

„ John Douglas .... 896 

„ John James Hope- . . 396, 666 

„ Percy Alexander Hope- . . 916 

1853 Jones, Edward Talbot Day (aft 

Foxcroft) 86 

„ FeUx Thomas .... 116 

„ Herbert Riversdale Mansel- . 76 

1856 William Charles Nigel . . 486 

1859 David WiUiams . . .87a 

„ Judd, Bertram George Scott . 426, 59a 

1853 Keighly, Charles GUbert. . . 246 

1856 Kekewich, Sir George WiUiam . 326 

„ Kelly, Frederic Festus . . 14a, 286 

», Henry Robert . . . 46a 

„ John Richards .... 45a 

Kemeys-Tynte-^ee Tynte. 
1853 Kemmis, Thomas .... 146 
1859 KenUs, Thomas, Lord (Earl of 

Bectlve) 76a 

„ Kennedy, John .... 696 

„ Sir WiUiam Rann . . .616 

„ Kennett, Sir Vincent Hunter Bar- 
rington (aft Kennett-Barring- 

ton) 76a 

„ Kennion, George Wyndham (Bp. of 

Bath and WeUs) . . .816 

1856 Kenrick, WiUiam MascaU . . 376 

1859 Keppel, WiUiam Henry Augustus . 80a 

„ Ker, Alfred David . . . 475, 74a 

„ Lord Charles John Innes- . 736 

„ Kerr, Cranstoun .... 626 

„ Crawford Davison . . .696 

1853 Kershaw, Arthur . . . .136 
1856 Kewley, John Rigby ... 506 

„ Thomas WUson . . 48a 

1859 Keyser, Charles Edward . . 486, 816 
Kilmorey, Earl ot—see Newry. 
„ Kilvington, Orfeur IngUs . .776 
1853 Kindersley, Edward Nopan Moles- 
worth 36 

1856 Henry Wasey Sextus . 21a, 36a 

„ Septimus Wigram . . .476 

„ King, John Loxwood . . . 43a 

1859 Francis 77a 

„ -^ Frederick Henry . . . 90a 

„ ^hn 77a 

„ WilUam Edward King- . . 916 

1856 Kinglake, Frederick Charles . 17a, 316 

1859 Robert Alexander . . 43a, 60a 

1856 Kinnaird,Hon. Charles Fox (Master 

ofKinnalrd) . . . 22a, 39a 
1853 Kirby, Thomas Frederick . . 66 

1869 Henry George Middleton 226,416,58a 

1866 Knapp, Francis Hartopp . 96, 266 

1869 KnatchbuU, Sir Wyndham . . 766 

Knatchbull-Hugessen-^«6 Hugessen. 

„ Knight, Montagu George . . 686 

„ Knowlys, Charles Hesketh . . 876 

1853 Knox, Henry George Augustus . 5a 

1859 Sir Charles Edmond . . 83a 

1856 Lacon, Sir Edmund Broughton 

Knowles 39a 

1859 Lamb, Sir Archibald ... 806 
1856 Lambert, Alfred Henry ... 34a 
1853 Lambton, Arthur .... 46 
„ Lane, John Reynolds ... 5a 
Lane-Fox — see Fox. 
1859 Laiigford, Hercules Edward, Lord 88a 

Langford-Brooke— ««« Brooke. 
1856 Langham, Sir Herbert Hay . 20a, 34a 

1859 Francis Nathaniel . 20a, 34a, 62a 

1853 Langworthy, Vincent Upton . . 19a 
Lansdowne, Marquis of— see Lord 
Clanmaurice. 
„ Lascelles, Walter Richard . . 8a 

1859 Hon. Gerald WiUiam . . 886 

„ Henry Ulick, Viscount (Earl 

of Harewood) . . . 47a, 69a 
„ Latham, PhiUp Ardeme . 446, 61a 
Lathom, Earl ot—see Skelmersdale. 





98 



INDEX. 



LA— LU 
1869 Law, WiUiam . . . S6a, 54a 

„ Lawes, Sir Charles Bennet (aft. 

Lawes-Wittewronge) . . 67a 
1853 Lawless, Hon. Edward ... 22a 

1866 Hon. Valentine Frederick 

(Lord Cloncurry) . . 17a, 30& 

1859 Hon. Frederick ... 92a 

„ Lawrence, William Frederic . 77a 

„ Lee, Arthur Morier ... 78a 

„ Philip Bdward ... 72a 

„ William Hanning ... 856 

„ Lees, Edward Brown . . . 65a 

„ Joseph Crompton . . . 65a 

„ Legard, Sir Charles . . . 87& 
1856 Legge, Hon. Augustas (Bp. of Lich- 
field) 126,276 

„ Alfred Arthur Kaye . 126,276 

1859 Hon. Heneage ... 666 

1866 Leigh, Augnstus Austen . . 146, 28a 

„ Edward Compton Austen 9a, 266 

„ Richard 44a 

1859 Egerton 63a 

„ James Gerard .... 616 

„ John Jodrell Egerton . . 766 

„ WiUiam Austen . . 37a, 636 

1853 Leighton, Sir Baldwyn ... 6a 
1866 Le Marchant, Sir Henry Denis 126, 276 

1859 Francis Charles . . . 62a 

„ John Gaspard . . 40a, 566 

Ijennox—see Lenox. 
1859 Lenox, John George Jones (aft. 

Lennox) 916 

1856 Leny, WUliam Macalpine- . 20a, 346 
Leslie-Melville— «« Melville. 
„ le Strange, Hamon Styleman 17a, 31a 

1859 Charles Styleman ... 74a 

Leveson-Gower— ng«« Gower. 
1853 Lewes, William Langmead . . 24a 
1859 Lewis, Charles William Mansel . 70a 

. „ Sir Herbert Edmund Frankland 826 

„ Robert James Hely Lynch 

Blosse 60a 

Lewls-Lloyd— «tf« Lloyd. 
„ Leyoester, Rafe Oswald . . .916 
1856 Leyland, Tom Naylor- ... 496 
Lichfield, Bishop of—see Legge. 
„ Liddell, Gerald George . . 146,29a 

1859 Adolphus George Charles . 77a 

„ Charles John . . . .596 

„ Edward Thomas . . . 74a 

„ Lilburn, James George Percy Young 72a 

„ William Alexander . . . 83a 

„ Lindsay, Walter James ... 86a 
„ Littleton, Hon. Edward George 

Percy (Lord Hatherton) . 466,71a 

„ Hon. Henry Stuart . . .796 

Llangattock, Lord— s«« Rolls. 
1853 Lloyd, Alfred Hart .... 6a 

„ Robert Lewis- .... 36 

1856 William Jenisson ... 406 

1853 Locke, Wadham Fellowes . . 126 

1859 Lockhart, Sir Norman Maodonald . 726 

Loftus-Tottenham— «e Tottenham. 

„ Login, Edward William Spencer . 91a 

„ Long, William. . . . 45a, 606 

„ Longboume, Charles Ranken 

Yicktrman 716 

„ Frank 88a 

„ Longfield, Augustus Henry . . 856 

,, Richard Edmund . . 406, 56a 

„ Lome, John Douglas Sutherland, 

Marquis of (Duke of Argyll) . 846 

„ Loveday, John Edward Taylor 46a, 646 

„ Lovell, Francis Henry ... 88a 

1863 Lovett, John Henniker ... 5a 

1869 William 79a 

1853 Lubbock, Sir Nevile . . .11a 

1866 Beaumont WUliam . . 156, 30a 

1869 Alfred .... 476, 71a 

„ Edgar 866 

" Frederic . . . 216,376,546 

„ Montagu . . . 166,306,58a 

„ Luck, Percy Frere .... 73a 
1856 Lucy, Edmund Berkeley ... 46a 
Ludlow-Bruges— «w Bruges. 



LU— MB 
Lutley — gee Bameby. 
1853 LnttreU, Francis Fownes . . 18a 
1856 Reginald Fownes . . 906, 356 

„ Luxford, George Bentinck . . 47a 

1859 John Cottenham . . .876 

1856 Luxmoore, Charles Coryndon 146, 29a 
1869 Bdward 81a 

„ Henry Elford . . 16a, 296, 616 

1863 Lyall, Sir James Broadwood . 16a 

1859 Lyttelton, Hon. Albert Victor . 626 

„ Hon. Charles George (Viscount 

Cobham) .... 35a, 54a 

„ Hon. C^rge William Spencer 826 

„ Hon. Sir NeviUe Gerald . 68a 



Maberly, James Charles . . 896 

Thomas Astley . . 346,62a 

Macalister, John Henry . . 786 

Macalpine-Leny — $ee Leny. 
Macaulay, Henry Qeorge . 6a 

MacCall, Henry Blackwood . . 866 
McCahnont, Sir Hugh ... 73a 
McClintock, Frederick Robert 426, 586 
Macdonald, Reginald John Somerled 346 
McDonell, Alexander . . . 636 
McDouaU, James . . . 22a, 406 



1863 
1859 



1856 
1859 
1856 
1859 

1853 

1859 
1853 
1869 



1856 
1853 



72a 



MacGregor, Alpin . 

McKerrell, Robert Mure 

McNeUl, Sir Malcolm . . .186 

Macpherson-Grant — »ee Grant. 

Macrae, Charles CoUn ... 646 

Madden, Charles Dudley Ryder . 176 

Mainwaring, Charles Salusbury . 746 

Salusbury Kynaston . . 79a 

Maitland, Henry Whitaker . . 72a 

John 866 

Major, Hon. Edward Minet 

Henniker- 866 

Hon. John Major Henniker- 

(Lord Henniker) ... 90a 
Malcohn, William RoUe . . 166, 296 
Malet, Sir Edward Baldwin . . 10a 
Manningham-BuUer — see BuUer. 
Mansel-Jones — see Jones. 
MariUier, Charles Henry . . la 
Marindin, Sir Francis Arthur . 236 

Henry Colvile .... 2a 

PhiUp Samuel .... 17a 

George Eden . . 196, 32a, 626 

Marlborough, Duke ot—see Bland- 
ford. 
Marriott -Dodington—«e« Doding- 



„ Marsden, Reginald Godfrey . . 68a 
1856 MarshaU, Charles James . 226, 43a 

„ William Edward . . 20a, 33a 

1863 Marsham, Charles, Viscount (Earl 

ofRomney) . . . .21a 

1866 Hon. John .... 39a 

1869 Hon. Henry .... 736 

1853 Martin, George Anne Greenwell . 22a 

1866 Fairfax Wykeham-. . . 38a 

1859 Malcolm Fiennes Wykeham- . 86a 

Martin-Edmunds — see Edmunds. 

„ Martyn, John Waddon . v 



816 

Thomas Waddon . . 446, 576 

Mason — see Humfrey. v 

Massereene, Viscount— m« Skef- 
fington. 
1866 Massingberd, Francis Burrell . 606 
Massingberd-Mundy-^M« Mundy. 
„ Maxwell, John William Perceval- . 38a 

1869 Sir Herbert Eustace . . 746 

„ May, Henry WUliam . . 46a, 696 
„ Maycock, James Dottin . . .916 
Meath, Earl of-^M« Brabazon. 
Medway, Lord— ««« Hardy. 
1863 Melville, Hon. Norman Leslie- . 206 

1869 Hon. Ernest Leslie- . . 766 

„ Mercer, Charles John . . . 70a 
1856 Merewether, Harry Alworth Fel- 
lowes 50a 

1869 Walton Lockyer ... 86a 

1853 Messiter, George Terry Moulton 

raft Messiter-Terry) ... 18a 



. 166 
196, 336 
. 396 
. 10a 
. 86a 



606 



96 



36 
676 



216 



ME— MO 
1853 Messiter, John Newman . 

1856 Arthur Henry . 

., Charles Alston 

1853 Metcalfe, Charles TheophUus . 
1859 Methuen, Paul Sandfoi^ Lord 
Mexborough, Earl ot—see Savile. 
Mejne]l—see Wood. 
Meysey-Thompson — see Thompson, 
„ Michel, John Horace Charles . 
„ Micklem, Leonard . . . , 
1853 Middleton, Clement Alexander 

1856 Hastings, Burton . . 16a, 296 

1869 WiUiam Frederick . 20a, 35a, 53a 

Jjord—see WUloughby 

„ Milbank, WUUam Harry Vane . 886 

1853 MUdred, Daniel Mildred ... 136 

1856 MUes, Sir Henry Robert WiUiam . 436 

„ Millett, Charles Frederic . 19a, 33a 

1869 Francis Forbes ... 75a 

1863 MiUs, John 76 

1856 Mihier, Ferdinand Henry Wheeler 20a, 33a 
Mi]ne&—see Bumell. 
MUton, Viscount— ««« FitzwilUam. 
Minto, Earl ot—see Elliot. 
„ Mitchell, George John . . . 44a 

1859 Richard Arthur Henry . 44a, 596 

1853 Mitford, Algernon Bertram Free- 
man- (Lord Redesdale) 
1859 Moir, Robert WiUiam . 

MoUnenx-Montgomerie— n««« Mont- 
gomerie. 
1853 Molyneux, Hon. Henry Hervey . 

„ WUliam PhUip, Viscount 

(Earl of Sefton) . 

1859 Henry Walter More- 

„ Monck, William Berkeley 
„ Monckton, Arthur . 

„ Francis . 

„ Hon. Geoi^ Edmund Milnes 

(aft. Monckton-ArundeU) (Vis- 
count Galway) 
1853 Money, Charles Leonard 

Monkswell, Jjord—see Collier. 
1869 Montagu, Hon. OUver George 

Powlett 

1856 Montgomerie, Archibald WiUiam, 
Lord (Earl of EgUnton) . 

1869 Cecil Thomas MoUneax- 

„ Hon. Gteorge Amulph (Earl of 

EgUnton and Winton) 

„ Hon. Seton Montolien 

1853 Moore, Denis Times 

„ John Croft 

1856 Edward Marsham . 

„ John Arthur Bramley- 

1869 (Jharles Henry 

„ Charles Robert 

„ Charlrs Thomas 

„ Francis . 

„ Geoi^ John . 

„ Robert Eden . 

„ WUUam Boyle 

1863 Mordaunt, Sir Charles . 

„ John Murray . 

1859 Osbert . 

1856 Moreton ' 50a 

„ Morgan, Hon. Arthur John . 216, 366 

„ Edward Delmar . . 36a 

Morley, Earl at— we Lord Boringd<m. 
„ Morrison, AUan .... 41a 

„ George .... 166, 806 

„ Morse, Herbert George . . 196, 83a 
Mort, James Laidley ... 646 
Mortimer, Percy .... 41a 
Morton, Arthur Henry Aylmer . 16 

Charles FaUdner ... 69a 

Sir Gerald de Courcy . . 69a 

Mossop, John Henry . . 486,81a 
Mostyn, Hon. Hugh Wynne . . 13a 
Mott, WUliam Kynaston . 126, 876 

Edward Spencer . . . 91a 

Mounl^rret, Viscount— «e« Butler. 
Mowbray, Arthur Holme . 416, 686 

Charles Cochrane . . . 65a 

Mozley, Herbert Newman . 66, 866 



10a 
41a, 556 
36a, 64a 
. 83a 
76a 



716 
18a 



73a 



60a 
75a 



496, 87a 
486,786 



ba 

446 

876 

776 

67a 

846 

486,79a 

406,66a 

436,61a 

87a 



136 
43a, 61a 



1866 
1853 
1869 



1853 
1866 
1859 



1866 



MO— OW 
1856 Mozley, John Rickards . .lib, 87a 

1859 Henry Williamg . . 34a, 636 

,, Moirhead, Francis Montaga . . 736 
„ Lionel Boulton Campbell Lock- 
hart 696 

1853 Mallens, John Ashley ... 15a 
1856 Mailings, Arthur Randolph (aft. 

Randolph) . . . .306,35a 
1853 Mundy, Charles Francis (aft. Mas- 

singberd-Mondy) ... 306 
Mtmro-Batler-Johnstone— >ie« John- 
stone 
1859 Morray, Alexander James' . 44a, 60a 

„ Reginald Temple Strange 

Claire Grenyille- (aft. Brinsley 

Richards) 786 

„ William Henry . . 47a, 71a 

1853 Masgrave, Christopher . . .136 

„ Sir Richard Coortenay . .11a 

tee also Wykeham. 

„ Masters, John Chaworth . . 186 
Myddelton— «ee Biddulph. 



1859 



1856 
1859 
1856 
1859 



1866 



1859 
1856 



1859 



1853 
1859 



1853 

1856 
1859 
1856 



1859 



1856 
1859 



1853 



Nauney, Sir Hagh John Ellis- . 836 
Nares, Henry Innes ... 696 
Nash, William . . . 46a, 636 

Nassau, Bishop ot—»ee Churton. 
Nation, William Hamilton Codring- 

ton 63a 

Naylor-Leyland— nj«« Leyland. 

Neale, Melville Thomson . . 496 

Sir Henry James VanSittart 416, 676 

Neave, William Alexander . 376 

Bdnowain Reginald . 466, 66a 

Everard Strangways . 46a, 636 

Francis Digby Spencer . 416, 67a 

Needham, Hon. Edward Thomas . 746 

Hon. Henry Colville . 416, 586 

Nelson, James Henry . . 56, 35a 
Nesfleld, Arthur Markham . . 396 

David WilUam . . .65a 

Nevile, Charles Cavendish . . 48a 

Ernest Edward Cator . . 506 

Neville, Robert (aft. Neville Gren- 

viUe) 80a 

Nevile-Rolfe— w* Rolfe. 
Ne«vdigate, Albert Lewis . . 196 
Newman, John Adam Richard . 76a 
Newry, Francis Charles, Visoouut 

(Earl of Kilmorey) . . 38a, 55a 
Nicholl, Christopher Rice Havard . 16a 

Iltid 11a 

Nichols, Henry Reginald . . 466 
Nixon, John Edwin . . 39a, 51a 
Noel, Montague Henry . 186, 336 

Norman, Frederick Henry . 14a, 386 

Herbert Geoi^ Henry . 9a, 36a 

Edward 916 

Philip .... 39a, 56a 

North, Hon. Charles . . .356 
Northcote, Hon. Sir Henry Stafford 

(Lord Northcote) ... 83a 
Walter Stafford (Earl of Iddes- 

leigh) 686 

Northey, Francis Vernon . . 8a 
Nugent, Sir Edmund Charles . . 13a 



1869 O'Brien, Henry . . . 48a, 716 
„ Oddie, Henry Hoyle ... 86a 
„ Okedeu, Uvedale Edward Parry 

Parry- 73a 

1858 Oldfleld, Christopher Campbell . 19a 
1856 Oldham, John Basil ... 386 
1853 Oliveira, Benjamin .... 336 
1856 Oliver, James Farquharson . . 376 

„ Samuel Pasfield . . 156,396 

„ WUJiam 47a 

1853 Onslow, William Arthur . . 186 
Orde-Powlett--«ee Powlett. 

1859 Orme, Charles Cave .73a 
1856 Orred, John Cavendish ... 436 
1859 Oswald, James .... 84a 
1856 Owen, Henry James ... 496 
1859 Morris Williams Lloyd . 48a, 74a 



INDEX. 




PA— PR 




1853 Packe, Francis 


. 186 


1853 Pakenham, Hamilton Sandford 


. 186 


1859 Palairet, Charles Harvey 


. 816 




. 76a 


1853 Palk, Wilmot Henry . 


36 


1856 Palmer, Sir Archdale Robert . 


15a, 396 


„ William .... 


830,436 


1859 George Hudson 

„ Grevllle Horsley . 


346,53a 
. 656 


„ Henry Marson 


346,53a 


1853 Park 


. 146 


„ Parker, Samuel Sandbach 


. 7a 



1859 



- George Augustus, Visoount 46a, 686 



10a 



. 88a 

19a, 84a 

4a 

47a, 66a 

436 

5a 

. 506 



. . 136 

306, 346, 53a 

416, 576 



756 



James Edward . . 446,60a 
Parker-Jervis— j« Jervis. 

1858 Parr, Thomas Roworth . 
1856 Parry, Charles Clinton . 

Pai'ry-Okeden— Me Okeden. 

1859 Partington, Thomas 
„ Partridge, Charles Edward . 
„ Frederick Leonard . 

1856 Patten, Arthur Wilson- . 
1853 Patteson, Thomas Charles 
1859 Paul, William Francis Bourne 
1856 Paulet, Cecil Henry 
1853 Peacock, Frederick Barnes 
1856 Peareth, Albert 

Pearse-Hobbs — ««e Hobbs. 
1853 Pedder, Richard Newsham 
1859 Arthur Edward 

„ Peel, Robert . 

Pegge-Bumell— ^le« Bumell. 

„ Pelham, Hon. Francis Qodolphin 
(Earl of Chichester) . 
Pelham-Clinton— ^e« Clinton. 
1853 Pemberton, Christopher Peach . 156 

1859 Francis Alexander Richard . 83a 

1856 Pepys, Henry .... 31a, 866 

„ John Alfred . . . llo, S7a 

1859 Perceval, Philip Charles Lenox . 936 

Perceval-Maxwell— >we Maxwell. 
1856 Phelips, Arthur Robert ... 406 
1853 Phillips, Thomas .... 14a 
1859 Phillpotts, John Hughes . . 706 

„ Septimus Buller . . 84a, 636 

„ Sextus Howard . . 84a, 53a 

1853 Pickering, Edward Henry UmfreviUe 8a 
1859 Percy Gilbert UmfrevUle 15a, 30a, 516 

„ Pierpoint, Robert .... 806 
1866 Pigott, George Edward Graham 

Foster- 396 

„ Pilcher, Arthur .... 89a 
1853 Pinchard, WilUam Biddulph . 9a 

„ Pinckney, Gkorge .... 18a 

„ WiUiam 6a 

1856 Erlysman . . 16a, 80a 

1853 Pinney, John Charles ... 3a 
1856 Pitman, Samuel Coolson BeU . . 386 
1859 Pochin, Ashby .... 786 

„ George William . . .91a 

„ Pocklington, Duncan . 406, 586 

„ Pollock, Sir Frederick ... 68a 
1856 Ponsonby, Chambre Brabazou 316, 87a 

1859 Pope, Andrew 686 

1856 Pott, Norbury . . . 156, 30a 

„ Poweil, David . . . 166,306 

1859 George Ernest John 44a, 60a 

„ Powlett, Hon. Henry Robert Orde- 866 

„ Hon. William Thomas Orde- 

(Lord Bolton) .... 866 
1853 Pownall, Charles Ernest Beattie- . 96 
1856 Poynter, Leonard Ball Anderson . 416 

., Rentone George Felix . . 366 

1859 Pratt, Lord George Murray . 466, 666 
1856 Prescott, Charles WilUam (aft. 

Prescott-Westcar) ... 49a 
1859 Sir George Rendlesham . 476, 78a 

„ Preston, D'Arcy Harrington . . 79a 
1856 Pretyman, Richard . 13a, 376 

„ Price, WUliam Edwin . . 176,316 

1869 Richard John Lloyd . . 676 

see also Green. 

1853 Pritchard, Edward Mortimer. . 166 

„ Proby, Hon. WiUiam (Earl of 

Carysfort) 116 



99 



PR— RU 

1853 Prothero, Francis Thomas Egerton 86 

n Pryor, Henry Maclean . . 14a 

„ John Eade .... 4a 

1859 Arthur Vickris ... 76a 

1868 Puller, Charles Giles- ... 16 

1856 Christopher Chohneley . 16a, 38a 

1869 Bernard John .... 666 

„ Frederick WiUiam ... 69a 

1858 RadcUff, Joseph .... 76 
1856 Radclyffe, Charles James . . 49a 

„ Ram, Edmund Arthur ... 606 
„ Stephen James . . . 49a 

1859 Ramsay, Charles WilUam Ramsay 666 

1858 Ramsden, Henry James ... 96 
1859 WUUam John FreschvUle . 74a 

Randolph — see MulUngs. 
„ Rasch, Sir Frederic Game . . 83a 

Rawdon-Hastings— Me Hastings. 
„ RawUns, WiUiam Donaldson . . 906 
1856 RawUnson, Robert . . . 30a, 346 

1859 Rawson, Christopher Thomas 

Wright 91a 

see also Butler. 

„ Rawstome, Lawrence . 47a, 58a 

Rayleigh, Lord— «ee Strutt. 
Raymond-Barker-^M« Barker. 
Redesdale, Lord-^see Mitford. 
1853 Reeve, Charles .... 30a 
1856 Rendlesham, Frederick WiUiam 

Brook, Lord . . . 316,36a 

1859 Reynolds, Henry Charles . 43a, 676 

„ Rhodes, Henry Brooke . . 436, 69a 

1856 Ricardo, David .... 416 

1869 Alexander Louis . . 436, 586 

Richards— «ee Murray. 

Richmond, Duke of-^M« Settring- 
ton. 

„ Rickaby,John 836 

„ Rickards, Arthur .... 736 
„ Ridgway, Francis Hastings . . 64a 
„ Rigby, Joseph Edward ... 88a 
„ Rigden, WiUiam Edward 646 

1856 Rixon, Theodore Robert 45a 

1853 Robarts, Abraham John . 13a 

1856 Fitzroy Clinton ... 38a 

1869 WilUam Henry Geoffrey 436, 59a 

1853 Roberts, Charles Torin Cramer- . 33a 

Robertson-nsee Robinson. 
1856 Robins, Frank WiUiam . 176, 33a 
„ Robinson, George Coke (aft Robert- 
son) 196,336 

1859 Arthur HoUand . . .866 

„ Roche, Standish Deaue O'Grady . 866 
Rochfort-Boyd— «ee Boyd. 
1856 Rodd, Francis Rashldgh 17a, 33a 

1859 Rodger, WUUam Wallace (aft 

Rodgcr-CuuUffe) ... 85a 
„ Rolfe, Eustace Neville- ... 846 
1853 RoUe, Hon. Mark George Kerr . 106 
„ Rolls, John Allan (Lord Llangat- 

tock) 13a 

1859 RomUly, Hon. Henry . . .636 

Romney, Earl oi—see Marsham. 
1853 Rooke, WiUoughby Sandilands . 15a 
1856 Roper, Henry BasU .... 47a 

1859 Sydney Charles Dyne . 876 

1853 Rose, George Ernest ... 33a 

1859 WiUiam Molyneux ... 63a 

„ Ross, John Leith .... 87a 
„ Round, James .... 406, 556 
„ Ronth, Charles Samuel . . . 896 

„ Robert Sheppard . . • 886 

1856 Rontledge, Charles Francis . 86, 366 
„ Rowley, Conwy Grenvile Hercules 

(aft Rowley-Conwy) ... 386 
Roxburghe, Dukeof-^ee Bowmont 
„ Royds, Clement Robert NuttaU 

(aft Beswicke-Royds) . . 356 

1859 Edmund Albert NuttaU . . 876 

„ Henry John .... 73a 

1866 Rushout, Sir Charles Fitzgerald . 386 

1859 Algernon St George WiUiam 71a 

„ Russell, Harry Yane . .816 

„ Neville James .... 866 



100 



INDEX. 



1856 

1853 
1856 
1853 
1856 
1853 
1869 
1856 



1859 



81a 



875 
77a 
726 



1859 

n 
1856 

1859 
1853 
1856 
1859 



1853 



1856 
1859 



1856 
1853 



1856 



1859 



1856 
1853 



1859 
1856 
1859 
1853 
1859 

« 
1856 
1853 
1856 



1853 
1859 



1856 



SA— SM 
Sackville — tee Stopford. 
St. Albans, William Amelias 

Aabrey de Vere, Dake of 22a, 40a 
St Aabyn, Edward ... 76 

Edmund .... 21a, 36a 

StQeoi^, Richard James Mansergh 126 
St Qaiutiu, Thomas Astell . .376 
Salting, George . . . .56 
Sandbach, Samuel Henry . . 81a 
Saudeman, Roderick Fraser . . 45a 
Sanderson, Sir Percy . . .376 

Sir Thomas Henry . . 146, 28a 

Algernon Robert . . .916 

Sandilauds, James Walter (Lord 

Torphichen) .... 
Sandwich, Earl of— ««« Hinching- 

brooke. 
Sargent, Thomas a'Beckett . 
Sartoris, Edward Greville 

Frederick Maitlaud 

Herbert 826 

Sanmarez, Hon. James St Vincent 

(Lord de Sanmarez) . . 226, 43a 
Saunders, Kenrick Francis . . 366 

WUliam Stratton . . .856 

Saurin, Morgan James . . . 816 
Savile Hon. John Horatio (Earl of 

Mexborough) .... 42a 

George 87a 

Savory, Henry Browne . . . 16a 
Schlotel, Albert .... 42a 
Schneider, John Henry Augustus 466, 67a 
Schoales, John Robert Downes . 87a 
Scholfield, Robert Stanley . 346, 63a 

WiUiam 81a 

Sconce, Gideon Oolquhoun . . . 14a 
Scott, Charles James ... 7a 
Hon. Thomas Oharles (Earl of 

Glonmell) >20a 

William George ... 216 

Walter Jervoise ... 2a 

George Gilbert . . 16a, 29a 

Seale, Sir John Henry . . . 73a 

Seale-Hayne— M« Hayne. 

Seeker, Edward Onslow ... 18a 

John Herbert .... 8a 

Hart George . . . 22a, 43a 

Seddon, Sandford .... 15a 

Strettell ... .12a 

James 446 

Robert 49a 

Sefton, Earl of— ««tf Molyneux. 

Selwyn, WUliam . . 186,336 

John Richardson . . 456, 626 

Sempill, Lord — *ee Forbes. 

Senhouse, Humphrey Pocklington 666 

Settrington, Charles Henry, Lord 

(Duke of Richmond) . . .81a 
Seveme, Walter Meysey . 146, 29a 
Shafto, Frederick Dunoombe . . 46a 
Shaw, Gteorge John ... la 

Shaw-Stewart — see Stewart 
Sheffield, Frank . . . .17a 

Sheild, Robert 716 

Shephard, John . . . 9a, 26a 

Horatio Hale . . . 38a, 546 

Sheppard, Thomas Winter . .10^ 
Sherbrooke, Henry Nevile . . 686 
Shirley, Sewallis Evelyn . . .79a 
Short, Francis Albert ... 436 
Sinibaldi, George Raphael Francisco 226 
Skefflngton,Hon.Hungerford Henry 49a 
Hon. Clotworthy John Eyre 

Foster- (Viscount Massereene 

and Ferrard) . . . 226, 466 
Skelmersdale, Edward, Lord (Earl 

of Lathom) .... 13a 
Skene, George William Charles . 75a 
Skrine, Henry MUls ... 72a 
Sloane-Stanley— ^M« Stanley. 
Smart, Arthur Frederick . . 726 
Henry John de Bemiftre (aft 

deBemi^re) .... 746 

Joseph Richard ... 886 

Smijth, Sir William Bowyer- . 21a, 35a 



SM— 8Y 
Smijth- Windham— ««« Windham. 
1863 Smith, Francis Nicholas ... 18a 

„ Sir Gerard .... 18a 

„ HughCtolin .... 46 

„ Henry Wynne Seymour . . 13a 

„ John Graham ... 4a 

1856 Oharles Ridley ... 60a 

„ EmaldMosley. . . 176,316 

„ Graham .... 66,256 

„ StudleyVidal . . . 16a, 30a 

„ Walter Caradoc . . . .366 

1869 Arthur Denman . 406, 666 

„ Arthur Talbot . 22a, 896, 666 

„ Corbet . . .486,786 

„ Charles William Jervis . . 77a 

„ Gilbert Joshua Spencer- . . 686 

„ Herbert Edmund . . .866 

„ Orlando Spencer- . . . 636 

„ Philip Vernon .... 676 

„ Spencer Compton Spencer- 41a, 656 

» 926 

SmiUi-Barry— ««« Barry. 
1856 Smyth, George John Fitzroy . . 38a 

1859 William James . . .89a 

„ Snow, William Vicary ... 546 

1866 Somerville, Hon. Hugh, Lord 21a, 36a 

1853 Sotheby, Frederick Edward . . 23a 

„ Sparks, Harry James . . . 12a 

„ Robert Watson ... 3a 

Edward Tickell Bayley . 446, 61a 

Lionel Nightingall . . 70a 

Spearman, Edmund Robert . . 23a 

Rudolph Henries . . .756 

Speir, Robert Thomas Napier ■ . 416 
Speirs, Archibald Alexander . . 366 
Spencer, Almeric Ashley John 446, 666 
Spencer-Smith — see Smitii. 
Sperling, Childers George . . 7a 
Stanley, Hon. Frederick Arthur 

(Earl of Derby) .... 17a 

Charles Edward Henry . 22a, 396 

Hon. Edward Lyulph (Lord 

" 106, 26a 



1859 

1853 
1859 
1856 

1859 

1863 



1859 



1853 
1859 

1853 

1866 

1859 

1856 
1853 
1859 
1856 



1869 
1863 
1859 

1853 
1866 
1859 

1853 

1859 

1866 

1869 
1856 
1859 

1853 
1869 



Stanley of Alderley) 

Douglas James George 

Francis Sloaue- . . 42a, 616 

Staploton-Ootton— ««« Cotton. 
Starkie, Henry Arthur . . .176 
Stephens, Cecil James . . . 89a 
Stepney, Herbert . . . .916 
Sterling, John Barton . . .21a 
Sterry, Arthur .... 24a 
Stevens, Dennis Saville ... 49a 

Nathaniel John Comlns . 186, 326 

Oharles Bridges ... 88a 

Richard Howell . . 466,73a 

Steward, Frederick William . . 49a 
Stewart, Robert Farquhar Shaw- . 66 
StiU, Stafford Francis ... 706 
Stone, Charles Henry . . 106, 266 

William Harry . . 9a, 266 

Stopford, Sackville George (aft 

Stopford-SackviUe) . . 18a, 306 
Lionel Richard (aft Stopford- 

Sackville) 76a 

Strahan, George .... 11a 

William 8a 

Strangways, Charles Edward Fox- 73a 
Strathallan, Viscount— <«« Drum- 

mond. 
Streatfeild,iWilliam Champion . 196 

George Saville . . 216,366 

Frank Newton . . . 91a 

Street, Henry Stephen . . 47a, 736 
Strutt, Hon. John William (Lord 

Rayleigh) 226 

Stuart, Douglas Moray . . . 57a 
Styleman le Strange— m« le Strange. 
Sadley, Arthur Saunders William 

Charles Fox,Lord(Earlof Arran) 176,31a 
Sumner, Henry John Le Conteur . 806 
Sutherland, Charles Leslie . 17a, 31a 

Henry Boyd . . . . 80o 

Swann, Thomas William . . 796 
Swinburne, Algernon Oharles . 4a 
Symonds, Edward .... 746 



1853 
1869 



1856 
1859 



1853 



1866 
1869 



1866 
1869 



1856 
1863 



1866 



1853 



1869 
1853 
1856 
1859 

♦♦ 
1863 
1859 

1853 



1856 
1869 
1856 

1863 

1859 

1853 
1856 



1853 
1859 



1856 



1859 
1853 



1866 



1856 
1869 



TA— TU 

Tabor, James Albert Olemeut . 23a 

Francis Hope .... 92« 

Robert Montagu . . 43a, 696 

Talbot, William James ... 486 

Sir Adelbert CecU . 226, 41a, 676 

Hon. Richard W<^^n (Lord 

Talbot de Malahide) ... 766 

Tarratt, Daniel Fox ... 10a 
Tarver, Edward John . . .176 

Tatton, Thomas Egerton . . 83a 
Taubman, Sir John Senhouse 

Goldie- 16a 

Taylenr, Charles William . . 136 

John 426 

Charles 64a 

Tayloe, John Edward ... 786 

Taylor, Arthur de Havilland . . 42a 

Teape, Arthur Stanley ... 63a 

CJharles Ashley ... 786 

Terry— see Messiter. 

Thackeray, George Gilbert Joseph . 61a 

Theobald, John Shadwell . . 3a 

Thesiger, Hon. Alfred Henry . 106 

Hon. Edward Peirson . 366 

Thomas, Morgan Dalrymple (aft. 

Treheme) 20a 

Goring Apsley (aft Treheme) 436 

George Gilbert Treheme (aft 

Treheme) .... 166,296 

Rice William . . . 45a, 64a 

Thompson, Sir Henry Meysey 

Meysey- 816 

Richard Frederick Meysey- . 856 

ThomhUl, Henry Morley . . 126 

Sir Thomas .... 96 

Thorold, Sir John Henry . . 436 

Richard 40a 

William 49a 

Cecil 776 

Thynne, Frederick Charles . . 236 
TiUy, Harry .... 176,316 

Tinn^, John Emest .... 656 

Todd, James Henthora . . . 84a 

Tonge, Morris 116 

Tooth, Robert Lucas ... 82a 
Torphichen, Lord— ««« Sandilands. 

Tottenham, Arthur Loftus- . . 19a 

Charles Gtoorge ... 3a 

Loftus Richard ... 66 

Julius Airey .... 35a 

Charles Robert Worsley . . 796 

Townsend, George Eyre . . . 38a 
Townsend- Farquhar— ««« Farquhar. 

Tref usls, Hon. Walter Rodolph . 13a 
Treheme— see Thomas. 
Trelawny, Sir William Lewis 

Salusbury 84a 

Tremlett, Edmund John ... 26 
Trench, Hon. Frederick Sydney 

Charles .... 196,336 

Hon. Cosby Godolphin . . 616 

William Thomas . . . 66a 

Tritton, Edward William . . 706 

Henry John . . . 47a, 706 

Trower, Henry Seymour . . 69a 

John 65a 

Tuck, Edward John . . .11a 

George Hustler . . . Wa 

Tudor, Hugh Owen ... 89a 
TufneU, Carleton . . . 486,84a 

Edward 8»a 

Tufton, Henry James (Lord Hoth- 

field) 706 

TuUibardine, John James Hugh 

Henry, Marquis of (Duke of 

AthoU) .... 216,39a 

Tunnard, Charles Thomas . . 71a 

Turner, Henry Scott . . . lOa 

Thomas Macnaghten . . 8Sa 

James .... 17a, 306 

Charles Mosley ... 906 

Frederick Mansel ... 78a 

Tumor, Christopher Hatton . . 40a 

Algernon .... 886 

Herbert Broke . . . 8ta 



INDEX. 



101 



TU— WA 
1866 Tarnoar, Edward, Lord (Earl 

Winterton) . . . 1»&, 30a 
1863 Tyler, William Boberteon . . 46 
1869 Tynte, Olifford Wharton Charles 

Kemeys- 72a 

„ Tyrone, John Henry De la Foer, 

Earl of (Marqaig of Waterford) 84a 
1863 Tjrrrell, Qeorge .... 4a 
Tyssen-A-mhorst— «« Amharst. 

1866 Uffingtou, William Augastas 

Frederick, Visooant . 306, 346 

1869 Unett, Qeorge Gwinnett . . 796 

1866 nthwatt, Henry Andrewes . . 49a 

Vade-Walpole— «ftf Walpole. 
„ yandeWeyer,yictorWilliamBates S0a,33a 

1869 Albert Sylvain Bates . 486, 79a 

1866 Yanneck, Hon. Joshua Charles (Lord 

Hantingfleld) .... 48a 
YanSittart Neale— m0 Neale. 
1869 Yardon, Frederick George . . 836 
M Yeasey, John Charles . . .696 
„ Yemey, Hon. Henry (Lord 

Willoaghby de Broke) . . 766 
Vemey-Cave— ^« EdgelL 
1863 Yesey, Arthur CJyril 

1869 Hon. John Bobert 

(Yiscount de Yesci) . 
1863 Yidal, John Henry 

1866 Bobert Wellington . 

1869 GJeorge William . . _. 

„ Yilliers, Hon. Yictor Albert (3eorge 
Child (Earl of Jersey) 
1863 Yivian, Harry Houlton . 

1869 Arthur Shirley 

„ Balph two 

„ Yoysey, Annesley Wesley . . 896 

„ Bichard William Okes . . 896 

1863 Yyner, Beginald Arthur . . 166 

1866 Bobert Charles de Grey . 396 



3a 
William 

. 726 
. 166 
186,38a 
43a, 606 



70a 
176 
91a 



1869 
1863 

1866 
1869 
1863 
1869 
1866 

1863 

1866 
1869 



1866 
1869 



1869 
1866^ 



Wace, Alfred Augustas 
Waddington, George 
Wagner, Joshua Watson 
Walker, Thomas Edward 

Thomas 

WaUer, Bobert . . . . 

Sir Edmund Arthur 

Wallecourt, ErroU Augustus Joseph 

Henry Blake, Lord 
Walpole, Henry Spencer (aft. Yade- 

Walpole) 

Sir Spencer 

Sir Horatio George . 

WaLsingham, Lord — $ee de Grey, 
Walter, Arthur Fraser . 

Frederic Edward . 

John Balston . 

Warburton, Rers Egerton- . 
Ward, Arthur Edward Houlton 

Bichard .... 

Ellis Houlton . 

Henry AfBeck Houlton . 

Warde, Henir Charles Lloyd 
Warner, Sir Joseph Henry . 
Warre, Edmond 

George Acheson 

Washington, Francis Palmer 
Waterford, Marquis of— ««e Earl of 

Tyrone. 
Watkius, John Gregory . 

Williams Bourne . 

William Hubert . 

Watson, Edward Spencer 



62a 
66 
116 
60a 
88a 
13a 
806 



136,28a 
. 63a 

. 766 

86a 

. 676 

. 196 

. 166 

9a 

196, 326 

. 766 

. 876 

3a 

4a 

446,60a 

62a 



6a, 266 
. 226,466 
22a, 386, 666 

. 606 



1866 
1869 
1866 
1863 



1866 

1869 
1863 
1866 



863 



916 

44a 

6a 

6a 

76 

226, 466 



46 
. 846 
. 87a 
19a, 34a 

76 
176, 32a 
. 73a 
66 
46 



226 
81a 
676 

47a 



1863 
1869 
1863 
1869 



1866 



1869 



WA—WI 
Watson, George Lewis . 
Watts, Edward Hanslope 
Wauchope, William John 
Wand, Brian Wilkes 

Edward Wilkes 

Way, G^rge Augustus . 
Webb, Bichard James . 
Welby, Edward Montague Earle 12a, 276 

Philip James Earle . . 41a, 666 

Wellesley, Henry Bobert Edward . 16a 

Hon. CJecil Charles Foley . 496 

Hon. Frederick Arthur . . 616 

Henry (Duke of Wellington) . 806 

Wellington, Duke ot-^$ee Wellesley. 
Wells, WiUiam Howley . .486,83a 
Wentworth-Fitswilliam— see Fitz- 

william. 
West, William Ck>mwallis 

James Boberts. 

Westby, Henry Moor 
Westcar, Henry Emerson 

*ec aUo Prescott. 

Wethered, Owen Peel 

Florence Thomas . 

Bobert Peel . 

Wharton, John Lloyd . 

Bobert 

Whatman, Charles Bichard Baigers- 

feld 

(^teorge Dunbar 

Wheatley, Newark Evelyn .. 
White, Henry Lewis Brooke (aft 

Langford-Brooke) 

Walter 48a 

Bobert 836 

Whiteside, WUUam Owen . . 9a 
Whitmore, Thomas Charles 

Douglas .... 196,336 

Walter Henry . . . 466, 63a 

Whitting, Frederick ... la 

John Everard . . . 136, 286 

Whittuck, Edward Arthur . . 696 

Samuel Henry Pembertou 466, 666 

Wickens, William Henry . 706 

Wicksted, Charles Wigley . . 13a 

(George Edmund ... 6a 

Wight, Albert 906 

Alfred 80a 

Wilberforce, Albert BasU Orme . 496 
Wilbraham, Arthur Bootle- . . 396 
Wilde, Spencer Croughton . . 666 
Wildes. George Henry . . . 72a 
Wildman, Charles Wilberforce 466, 71a 
Wilkieson, Charles Boyd . . 886 
Wilkinson, Thomas Clifton . . 91a 

Willan, Frank 826 

Willats, William Hall ... 46 
Willert, Paul Ferdinand . . . 66a 
Williams, Herbert Silverthome . 246 

John Arthur .... 89a 

John Bowland . . . 736 

Owen John .... 89a 

Bobert ap Hugh ... 886 

Sir William Grenvllle . . 776 

Willis, Edward Francis . 226,40a 

John Armine . . . 23a, 28a 

Thomas Frederick . . .316 

William Jarvis . 196,33a 

John William Bund (aft. 

Willis-Bund) .... 90a 
Wllloughby, Hon. Digby Went- 

woi^h Bayard (Lord Middleton) 776 

Hon. Godfrey Ernest Percival 836 

Willougbby de Broke, Lord— M'e 

Yemey. 
Wiimer, Henry Chudleigh . 316, 39a 



6a 
13a 

36 
666 

. 166 

2a 

44a, 61a 

8a 

(Yiscount 

. 18a, 316 

. 216, 386 

. 78a 

446,696 



WI— YO 
1863 Wilson, Sir Arthur Knyvet . . 19a 

1866 Sir Boland Knyvet . . 106, 266 

„ WiUiam Knyvet . . 86,266 

1869 George Herbert Dashwood 

21a, 366, 64a 

„ Henry James Carrington . 906 

Wilson-Patten-^fe« Patten. 
Wilton, Earl of— «v-Egerton. 
1863 Windham, Joseph CTharles Smijth- 136 

1866 William Frederick ... 39a 

Windsor-Clive-^w* Cllve. 
„ Wingfleid, Digby Hanmer Bichard 

(aft. Wingfleld-Baker) . 146, 32a 

„ Hon. Lewis Strange . . 46a 

Winterton, Earl— ^l«« Tumour. 
1863 Wise, Charles John 
„ Withington, Edward 
„ Witt, John George . 

1869 Ernest Edwin (aft. de Witt) 

Wittewrong^e — see Lkwes. 
1863 Wodehouse, Albert Thornton . 

„ Edmond Bobert 

1869 Chappel Oakeley 

1863 Wood, G^rge . 

1866 Charles Lindley 

Halifax) 

„ Edward Alexander 

1869 Arthur Hardy . 

„ Charles Fredoic 

„ Francis John Adelbert . 46a, 666 

„ Hon. iFrederick George Lindley 

(aft Meynell) .... 82a 

„ Hon. Henry John Lindley 39a, 666 

„ Horatio James . . .916 

„ William Wightman . . 46a, 66a 

„ Woodcock, Charles Alexander John 916 
„ Woodroffe, George William Pltike- 

nett 416,686 

1866 Wormald, John ... 16a, 296 
1869 Wortham, Bisooe Hale ... 906 
1866 Wrench, Henry Gtoorge ... 406 
1869 Wright, Edward Adolphus Topham 766 

„ Francis Nelson . 146, 296, 616 

1866 Wyatt, Claude Willmot . . .42a 
Wyatt-Edgell— >ttftf Edgell. 
„ Wykeham, Wenman Aubrey (aft 

Wykeham-Mnsgrave) . 206, 36a 

1869 PhiUp James Digby . 40a, 666 

Wykeham-Marthi — see Martin. 
„ Wyndham, Charles John . . 836 

„ Thomas Heathcote Gerald 446, 61a 

1866 Wynu, Hon. Thomas John . . 40a 
„ Wynne, William Bobert Maurice . 32a 
1869 Charles Arthur (aft Wynne- 
Finch) 366,64a 

„ Edward Heneage (aft Wynne- 
Finch) 426,686 

„ Owen Slaney .... 67a 

Wyrley-Birch— «ee Birch. 
1866 Wythes, George Edward . 216, 38a 



1869 Yarborough, Gteorge Bryan Ck)oke 666 
„ Yard, Thomas Cliarle? . . .716 

Yarde-Buller — tee Bnller. 

„ Yearsley, James Fletcher . . 68a 

1863 Yeo, WilUam Arundel! ... 66 

„ Yonge, Denys Nelson ... 3a 

„ — George Langford ... 8a 

1869 York, Edward Christopher . 42a, 686 

1863 Yorke, John Beginald ... 2a 

1866 Young, Edward MaUet . . 116, 27a 

„ Sir George . . . 66,266 

1869 Albert Stewart Winthrop 366, 63a 

„ Bnlkley Samuel . . 41a, 66a 

„ Sir William Mackworth 16a, 29a, 61a 



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